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President Trump took a shot at retiring Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake (R) on Wednesday following Rep. Martha McSally’s (R-Ariz.) victory in the state’s GOP Senate primary.

The president wrote in a just after midnight Wednesday morning that McSally, who ran on her loyalty to the president, “rejected” an endorsement from Flake in the primary.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Martha McSally, running in the Arizona Primary for U.S. Senate, was endorsed by rejected Senator Jeff Flake….and turned it down – a first! Now Martha, a great U.S. Military fighter jet pilot and highly respected member of Congress, WINS BIG. Congratulations, and on to November!” Trump wrote.

Flake responded just more than an hour later, refuting Trump’s claim that he endorsed McSally and adding that his last endorsement was for Alabama Sen. Doug Jones (D), who defeated a Trump-backed GOP challenger, Roy Moore.

“Sorry, @realDonaldTrump. I made no endorsement in this race. I think the last endorsement I made was in the Alabama race,” he wrote.

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