Trump mocks Bloomberg, Warren over early Super Tuesday results

President TrumpDonald TrumpThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - White House, Dems play blame game over evictions The Memo: Left pins hopes on Nina Turner in Ohio after recent defeats Biden administration to keep Trump-era rule of turning away migrants during pandemic MORE mocked Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenAmerica's middle class is getting hooked on government cash — and Democrats aren't done yet California Democrats warn of low turnout in recall election Pelosi disputes Biden's power to forgive student loans MORE (D-Mass.) and former New York City Mayor Michael BloombergMichael BloombergBipartisan infrastructure win shows Democrats must continue working across the aisle WHO leader issues warning on 'harmful' e-cigarettes Six months in, two challenges could define Biden's presidency MORE after their poor showings in early Super Tuesday results, declaring each candidate the "loser" of the night.

The president swiped at both candidates in separate tweets as results continued to filter in from the 14 states voting. Trump has fixated on Bloomberg recently, as the former mayor spent hundreds of millions of dollars to flood the airwaves with advertisements promoting his campaign and criticizing the president.

"The biggest loser tonight, by far, is Mini Mike Bloomberg. His 'political' consultants took him for a ride," Trump tweeted. "$700 million washed down the drain, and he got nothing for it but the nickname Mini Mike, and the complete destruction of his reputation. Way to go Mike!"

Moments later, Trump took aim at Warren, invoking an Instagram Live video early in the campaign in which she stepped away to get a beer from the fridge before returning to take viewers' questions.

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"She didn’t even come close to winning her home state of Massachusetts," Trump tweeted. "Well, now she can just sit back with her husband and have a nice cold beer!"

Bloomberg was declared the winner of the caucuses in American Samoa, while Warren was on track to get shut out from winning any of the states that voted Tuesday. In a damaging blow to her campaign, the senator was poised to finish third in her home state of Massachusetts.

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Both candidates are likely to face growing pressure to drop out of the race. Bloomberg is expected to reassess the state of his campaign on Wednesday.

Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - White House, Dems play blame game over evictions GOP skepticism looms over bipartisan spending deal Biden vaccine rule sets stage for onslaught of lawsuits MORE racked up key early victories in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Minnesota, among other states, bolstered by endorsements from previous White House hopefuls such as former Rep. Beto O'RourkeBeto O'RourkeO'Rourke mum on run for Texas governor Beto O'Rourke, Willie Nelson financially back Texas Democrats in elections bill fight Texans split on whether Abbott deserves reelection: poll MORE (D-Texas), former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegSunday shows - Delta variant, infrastructure dominate Sunday shows preview: Delta concerns prompt CDC mask update; bipartisan infrastructure bill to face challenges in Senate Chasten Buttigieg: DC 'almost unaffordable' MORE and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharManchin 'can't imagine' supporting change to filibuster for voting rights Hillicon Valley: Democrats urge tech CEOs to combat Spanish disinformation | Amazon fined 6M by EU regulators Democrats urge tech CEOs to combat Spanish disinformation MORE (D-Minn.).

Buttigieg and Klobuchar dropped out of the race this week and endorsed Biden.

Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - White House, Dems play blame game over evictions The Memo: Left pins hopes on Nina Turner in Ohio after recent defeats Five things to watch in two Ohio special election primaries MORE (I-Vt.) was declared the winner in Colorado and his home state of Vermont. Winners have yet to be projected in California and Texas.

The Trump campaign said the results increase the chances of a contested convention and "more chaos."

"President Trump will wipe the floor with whatever Democrat is unlucky enough to be the nominee," campaign manager Brad ParscaleBrad ParscaleAides tried to get Trump to stop attacking McCain in hopes of clinching Arizona: report MORE said in a statement.