“Saturday Night Live” took on the Alabama Senate special election in its “Weekend Update” segment, mocking Republican Roy MooreRoy Stewart MooreEx-Sheriff David Clarke describes how he would have stopped anti-fascists in 1930s Germany on 'Who is America' The Hill's Morning Report — Trump to GOP: I will carry you GOP strategist: Trump will be anchor around Republicans' necks in general election MORE after his stunning loss to Democratic opponent Doug Jones.

“Congratulations to Alabama’s newest Senator — not Roy Moore,” anchor Colin Jost said. “Doug Jones has become the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in Alabama in over 20 years. Said Roy Moore: ‘gross, over 20 years?’ ”

Jost also mocked President TrumpDonald John TrumpArizona GOP Senate candidate defends bus tour with far-right activist Alyssa Milano protests Kavanaugh in 'Handmaid's Tale' costume Bomb in deadly Yemen school bus attack was manufactured by US firm: report MORE’s first tweet following the election, in which he congratulated Jones and said “the Republicans will have another shot at this seat in a very short period of time. It never ends!”

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“That’s it?” Jost asked. “You just went all in for an accused pedophile and when he lost, [you’re] just like, ‘well, we had fun!’ ”

“He could be removed from office tonight and tweet: ‘Congratulations to Robert Mueller on a great investigation. Had a fun time being president. Catch you on the flippity-flop! #DietCokeTime,' ” Jost continued.

Moore was accused of sexual misconduct last month by multiple women, including one woman who said Moore initiated a sexual encounter with her when she was 14 and he was 32.

The Alabama Republican denied the allegations and refused calls from top Republicans to exit the race.

Trump offered a full-throated endorsement of Moore in the closing weeks of the campaign, holding a Florida rally near the Alabama border in which he supported Moore and recording a robocall for him in the final days of the election.

Moore has so far refused to concede the race to Jones, saying he is waiting on a final vote count from the Alabama secretary of State and urging supporters to donate to an “election integrity fund.”

Jones's victory deals a blow to Trump and Republicans, who now only have 51 members in the Senate.