Former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville won Alabama’s Senate runoff, leaving former senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions done for, according to the Western Journal.

Tuberville recently received an official endorsement from President Donald Trump.

Ultimately, this ends a long and drawn our primary election between Tuberville and Sessions, one of Alabama’s best-known politicians.

Without Trump’s endorsement, Turberville still beat Sessions 33 percent to 31 percent.

Back in 2018, Trump fired Sessions after their relationship began to decline due to the fact that Sessions, who was the attorney general at the time, recused himself from the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

Sessions loss likely marks the end of his political career, which lasted for decades.

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He was the first senator to endorse Trump in 2015 and was named as attorney general after Trump’s victory the following year.

A former lawyer who successfully prosecuted the KKK members involved in the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, Jones beat candidate Roy Moore in a 2017 special election to fill the seat vacated by Sessions.

The race, which leans Republican, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, is viewed as one of Republicans’ only opportunities to pick up a Senate seat in November.

Recent polls have shown Tuberville leading Jones by single-digit margins.