President Trump repeatedly called Albama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore "Ray" during a radio interview Monday morning.

Trump called into the syndicated radio program "Rick and Bubba" to urge Alabama voters to support Luther Strange just days after stumping for him in Huntsville.

"Luther Strange is going to be a great senator," Trump said. "He loves Alabama, he loves the state and he loves the country. He will absolutely win against the Democrat. Ray will have a hard time. If Luther wins, the Democrats will hardly fight. If Ray wins [Democrats] will pour in $30 million."

Host Rick Burgess corrected the president and noted Moore's first name is not "Ray" and Trump responded by saying it's "not a good sign" when the president doesn't know your name.

"I don't know that much about Roy Moore," Trump said, correcting himself. "Roy Moore is going to have a very hard time getting elected against the Democrat. Against Luther they won't even fight."

Burgess said he would not have corrected the president had he only made the mistake once.

"If he had only said 'Ray' one time I wouldn't have corrected him," Burgess said. "But when he said it twice, I had to say something."

While polls continually to show Moore holds a slight lead over Strange, Trump expressed confidence that his Friday visit will lead him to a victory in Tuesday's run-off election.

"I'm 5-0 in these races. I want to make it 6-0," Trump added.