Loser.com now redirects to a certain politician who hates losers

STAN SCHROEDER
Trump Takes Second in Iowa, Says 'I Want to Congratulate Ted'
Trump Takes Second in Iowa, Says 'I Want to Congratulate Ted'

Stop what you're doing and go to Loser.com.

Day instantly brightened.

The site currently redirects to the Wikipedia page of Donald J. Trump, 2016 Republican presidential candidate, Internet expert, prolific Twitter user and the guy who recently lost Iowa's GOP caucuses.

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Trump, who frequently describes his rivals as "losers," suffered a setback in Iowa on Monday night, placing second to Ted Cruz. Though he tried to talk his way out of things by claiming he's happy with his results in the state, it's safe to say he told a different story away from the microphones. And the trolling he's now suffering at the hands of the Internet is well-deserved.

Iowa caucus winners celebrate their victory:

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Loser.com is hardly a new site. The master troll who knows it periodically changes its redirect to various parties he or she considers losers -- Kanye West, Barack Obama, WikiLeaks, Reddit and Al Gore have been previous victims -- and he's been at it since 1997.

Now, it's time for Trump to carry on the Loser.com torch. Do it with pride, Donald. Do it with pride.

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