President Trump Just Gave Some Advice To Roy Moore—He Should Probably Listen

President Trump is not the kind of guy who’s either 1) quick to admit fault, or 2) move on. After all, he’s so insecure about losing the popular vote in the 2016 election that he still reminds people that he won the Electoral College. Also, after Democrat Doug Jones’ surprise win over the Trump-endorsed Roy Moore in Tuesday night’s special election in Alabama, Trump tried to disassociate himself from the sexual predator-turned judge-turned failed Senate candidate.

See, his guy didn’t really lose because he originally endorsed the other guy, Luther Strange in the primary, because Moore  was always going to lose in the general election anyway, which means Trump isn’t a loser. Got all that?

However, Trump has also, surprisingly, accepted the results of the Alabama special election. Shortly after Jones was declared the winner on Tuesday, Trump tweeted:

Basically, Donald Trump has no chill. That said, when he thinks you’re being dramatic and stubborn, it means you’re being very dramatic and stubborn.

It’s now three days after the Alabama election and Roy Moore still has not conceded to Doug Jones, claiming that provisional and military ballots that have yet to be counted could somehow overtake Jones’ 2-percent margin of victory. That’s not bloody likely, and Moore is delusional and wants a recount (which he’d have to pay for himself).

Moore needs to get over it and move on. Even Donald Trump thinks so.

In a bit of cold comfort, Trump told reporters at the White House that Moore “tried. I want to support, always — I want to support the person running. We need the seat. We’d like to have the seat.”

Now, this doesn’t happen every day, but Trump detractors actually agree with Trump.