One Guess Who Martin Shkreli Just Endorsed* for President *Though it may have all been about trolling By Michael Harthorne, Newser Staff Posted May 27, 2016 2:42 PM CDT 32 comments Comments Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington to appear before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Committee in February. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) (Newser) – Color us shocked. Infamous "pharma bro" and Internet villain Martin Shkreli appeared to endorse Donald Trump for president in a series of tweets Thursday, Reuters reports. “I support him vs. Hillary," Shkreli tweeted. He added: “All you people who don't like Trump are jealous, stupid, and poor!" That's the Shkreli we've all come to love to hate. In between jacking up the price of a drug used by HIV patients by 5,000% and getting arrested on charges he defrauded a pharmaceutical company, Shkreli has called US representatives "imbeciles," publicly threatened to beat up a high-schooler, expressed regret for not raising drug prices even higher, and paid $2 million for the only copy of a new Wu-Tang Clan album. But it appears Shkreli's endorsement may have been just another attempt to troll the public. Mission accomplished. "Sometimes I pick the most preposterous and unlikely thing I can think of and tweet it as a joke. And then it is news," Shkreli tweeted Friday. "My opinions on politics are completely worthless. I know nothing about the field. ... I know less about politics than a first year political science major. I can't 'endorse' anyone." He also referred to his "Trump tweetstorm" as "satire." While Shkreli appeared, at least briefly, to be a big Trump fan, it doesn't seem like the feeling is mutual. Trump called Shkreli "a spoiled brat" last year. “It’s not every day a person publicly endorses someone who publicly bashed them (unless you’re a former primary presidential candidate, of course)," Reuters notes. ABC News reports Shkreli claimed in October he was a Bernie Sanders supporter and had donated to his campaign, but in another tweet Friday, Shkreli said he "was never for Sanders."