Arizona senator and Republican Jeff Flake on Tuesday tweeted a post with a photo of a check amounting to $100 for Roy Moore’s Democrat opponent, Doug Jones, in the Alabama Senate election. Flake wrote “Country over Party” in the check and named Jones as the recipient of the money.

With only a week to go for the special Alabama Senate elections, Flake confirmed his support for Moore’s opponent through his tweet, according to a report by CNBC.

The report stated the phrase “Country over Party,” is becoming a common feature among a group of Republicans who are against United States President Donald Trump and perceive candidates like Moore as the reason for the demise of the Grand Old Party’s (GOP) fundamental values.

Through the “Country over Party” phrase, Flake also signaled his stand that he would be willing to support a member of the opposition Democrat party, rather than backing the Republican candidate, Moore. CNBC report added Flake is one of the most vocal opponents of Trump in the Congress. The senator, who announced in October his plan to retire at the end of his term, said during the speech, with reference to Trump, he wouldn’t be “complicit” in undermining the democratic principles and values.

“I have children and grandchildren to answer to, and so, Mr. President, I will not be complicit.”

Flake also vehemently criticized Moore, who has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct and sexual assault. In a Washington Examiner report from November, Flake reportedly said he would support Jones over Moore and added he would also support expulsion of the Republican.

“If the choice is between Roy Moore and a Democrat — the Democrat, no doubt,” said Flake. With regards to Moore being expelled, Flake said, “I don’t think it will get to that,” adding, “But if it does, yes.”

However, according to a report by the Hill, junior senator of Nebraska, Benjamin Eric Sasse, tweeted Tuesday, saying the donation made by Flake to Jones was a “bad idea.” In the tweet he said it can be “possible” to be against “partial birth abortion” and also “child molestation.”

Sasse’s “partial child abortion” comment refers to Jones’ view on abortion. He had reportedly said, earlier this year, regarding late-term abortions, “I’m not in favor of anything that is going to infringe on a woman’s right and her freedom to choose. That’s just the position that I’ve had for many years. It’s a position I continue to have. … But when those people — I want to make sure that people understand that once a baby is born, I’m going to be there for that child. That’s where I become a right to lifer.”

It was reported when Sasse was asked if he would support Mores or Jones, or whether he would abstain, he said he wouldn’t vote for either of them.

Sasse tweeted stating the same.

Moore, Tuesday, fired back a reply to Flake for his donation to Jones through a tweet, where he called for the Conservative supporters to donate and “reject” the Democrat establishment.