Here's that tweet:
This morning, Trump tweeted that he knew back in September that Moore wouldn’t be able to win. That’s why he originally endorsed Luther Strange.
(Careful readers will remember that after Strange lost to Moore, Trump deleted his tweets supporting him.)
Trump was more congratulatory to himself for calling the election than he was to Doug Jones for actually winning it.
We also love Trump's argument that the "deck was stacked against" Roy Moore.
How the deck was stacked against a Republican in a state that has consistently gone red for the past 25 years is completely beyond us.
Of course, the guy is a child molester who should never have been running for Congress in the first place. Maybe that’s what Trump meant?
There are a lot of reasons that Roy Moore lost last night's election, and none of them have to do with a deck being unfairly stacked against him.
Roy Moore lost the election because he is a pedophile, he is racist, he is homophobic, and he is sexist.
And he lost because people of color rocked the vote so hard and showed the world that we won’t stand for Roy Moore’s brand of awful nonsense.
If anything, Trump’s endorsement of Moore could have doomed the candidate.
After all, Trump originally endorsed Strange (who lost), then endorsed Roy Moore (who was both a pedophile and, ultimately, a loser).
It seems like Trump is not very good at endorsements.
Maybe Trump could start endorsing things we all want to get rid of. Like hurricanes and headphones that get tangled up in your pocket.
The Internet didn’t take too kindly to Trump’s patting himself on the back. There was only one explanation for his ridiculous tweet…