President Trump mocked women's rights attorney Gloria Allred after her client, Beverly Young Nelson, admitted Friday she added "notes" to what she says is Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's signature in her yearbook in 1977.

"And by the way, just so I can satisfy this gentleman out there," Trump told attendees at a Pensacola, Fla., rally in response to a man yelling about Moore.

"How many people here are from the great state of Alabama?" Trump asked, as the rally was taking place only about 20 miles away from the Alabama border.

"So, did you see what happened today? Do you know the yearbook? Did you see that? There was a little mistake made. She started writing things in the yearbook," Trump continued. "Oh, what are we going to do? Gloria Allred, any time you see her, you know something's going wrong."

Nelson and other women accusing Moore of sexual assault or harassment – allegations which Moore denies.

Trump himself has pushed back against allegations of sexual misconduct directed at tim. One accuser, Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Trump's former TV show "The Apprentice," is represented by Allred; the two appeared in a press conference together just before Trump's inauguration in January.

After endorsing Moore earlier this week, Trump on Friday evening said the Republican Party "cannot afford" to lose a Senate seat to Democrats.

The Alabama special election for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' seat is Tuesday, Dec. 12.