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US President Donald Trump has deleted several tweets endorsing a candidate he backed in an Alabama election after he crashed to defeat on Tuesday.
The underdog's victory has sent shockwaves through Washington.
according to news website
ProPublica , which documents Mr Trump's posts.

Analysis:By Anthony Zurcher, BBC North America reporter

It's just part of the president's efforts to mend fences with his Make America Great Again base and their more impassioned advocates.
Getting back in favour with Mr Moore's supporters shouldn't be too hard for Mr Trump, given there were few who seemed to believe his heart was in the Strange endorsement.
If there's a lesson the president will take from all this, it may be that he shouldn't try too hard to push his supporters in a direction they don't want to go.
And if you're a Washington politician seeking re-election next year, it's best to assume you're going to be on your own.
"Sounds like a really great guy who ran a fantastic race. He will help to #MAGA!" Some watchdog groups have criticised the deletions, saying that the tweets are government records that must be preserved for the historical record.

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