Anderson Cooper says Twitter account hacked after tweet calling Trump a 'pathetic loser'

CNN host Anderson Cooper is claiming he was hacked after his Twitter account responded to a tweet from President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump claims media 'smeared' students involved in encounter with Native American man Al Sharpton criticizes Trump’s ‘secret’ visit to MLK monument Gillibrand cites spirituality in 2020 fight against Trump’s ‘dark’ values MORE by calling the president a "pathetic loser."

Trump on Wednesday morning tweeted that GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore worked hard in the Alabama special election, but that the "deck was stacked against him."

"The reason I originally endorsed Luther StrangeLuther Johnson StrangeDomestic influence campaigns borrow from Russia’s playbook Overnight Defense: Senate bucks Trump with Yemen war vote, resolution calling crown prince 'responsible' for Khashoggi killing | House briefing on Saudi Arabia fails to move needle | Inhofe casts doubt on Space Force Five things to watch in Mississippi Senate race MORE (and his numbers went up mightily), is that I said Roy Moore will not be able to win the General Election. I was right! Roy worked hard but the deck was stacked against him!" Trump tweeted.

Cooper's Twitter account said in response: "Oh Really? You endorsed him you tool! Pathetic loser."

Following the tweet, CNN Communications tweeted that someone had gained access to the Cooper's account.

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Cooper also said he "woke up to find out someone gained access" to his Twitter account.

"Just woke up to find out someone gained access to my twitter account," Cooper tweeted.

"I have not sent a tweet in days or replied to any tweets. We are looking into how this happened."

The tweets comes after Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday defeated Moore in the Alabama Senate special election to serve out the remainder of Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsGraham angers Dems by digging into Clinton, Obama controversies Martin, Bobby and the will to change Overnight Health Care: Thousands more migrant children may have been separated | Senate rejects bill to permanently ban federal funds for abortion | Women's March to lobby for 'Medicare for All' MORE's term.

Jones is the first member of his party to win a Senate seat in the state since 1992.