In a separate Tweet, Trump had urged Alabamans to "get out and vote for Luther Strange - he has proven to me that he will never let you down!" Luther Strange, an appointed incumbent backed by both President Donald Trump and heavy investment from establishment Republican forces.
Vice President Pence joins Sen.
Moore is heavily favored in the race against the Democratic nominee Doug Jones, a former U.S. Attorney, in the general election on December 12.
Odd conceded the race and thanked supporters. In 2003, he was dismissed for hanging a copy of the Ten Commandments in his courtroom, Thirteen years later, he defied the US Supreme Court's ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, which legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
Rhode Island gas prices down 3 cents per gallon
AAA put the average at $2.73 while GasBuddy.com put the Miami average at $2.71, down 3.9 cents from where its average last week. That's still a nickel higher than the national average and 54 cents higher per gallon than the in-state price one year ago.
Moore is the more Trump-like of the candidates: opinionated, unconcerned about whom he may offend and desperate to upend the elite system that rules the U.S. capital.
Unusual didn't win, though, and Trump deleting those tweets could be a sign of how quickly the president is ready to move on and support the victor, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.
As of 10:10 p.m. ET, Moore had 58 percent of the vote to Strange's 42 percent, according to the Alabama Secretary of State's office.
"You are going to see in state after state after state, people that follow the model of Judge Moore, that do not have to raise money from the elites, the crony capitalists, from the fat cats in Washington, DC, New York City and Silicon Valley", Bannon said.
Earlier in the week, Trump declared that he "may have made a mistake" backing odd.
"I certainly support President Trump's agenda", Moore said Wednesday on "Fox & Friends".