Embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has been defiant in the face of calls for him to withdraw from the race.
Moore has been accused of sexual misconduct, including pursuing relationships with teenage women while he was in his 30s. One accuser said she was 14 years old when Moore initiated sexual contact with her.
Moore's wife, Kayla, spoke at an event in Montgomery, Alabama, on Friday, with women rallying in support of the former Alabama state judge.
"The people of Alabama understand what's going on here. My husband, Judge Roy Moore, is fighting for the people of Alabama and has been fighting for over 30 years," Moore said.
She said Alabamans have seen her husband fighting against abortion, fighting for the acknowledgment of God, fighting for traditional marriage and fighting to protect the Second Amendment.
Moore said all the people and entities that attack President Donald Trump - the liberal media, DNC and Washington establishment - are now attacking her husband.
"Even after all the attacks against me, against my family, against the Foundation [For Moral Law] and now against my husband, he will not step down," she said. "He will not stop fighting for the people of Alabama."
In the latest Fox News poll, Moore is polling eight points behind Democratic candidate Doug Jones in the special election to fill the seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Alabama voters head to the polls on December 12.
Watch Bernard McGuirk and Marie Harf debate Moore and sexual misconduct accusations on "Outnumbered" below.