President-elect Donald Trump has plenty of time to send out a few tweets bashing Arnold Schwarzenegger for poor ratings on the new "Celebrity Apprentice," but barely touched on the Florida airport shooting that left five people dead and at least eight injured on Friday. Considering Trump spends a good amount of time in Florida at Mar-a-Lago, his lavish Palm Beach estate, one would assume that he would tweet his concern over the situation immediately, but that didn't happen.

On Friday morning, Trump sent out two long-winded tweets about the first season of the new "Celebrity Apprentice" and made it clear that the show tanked in the ratings without him, referring to himself as a "ratings machine." He rambled on about how Schwarzenegger couldn't compare to him although he was a "big movie star" and then closed with "who cares, he supported Kasich & Hillary."

Not long after the President-elect complimented himself about being a "ratings machine," the news broke about the mass shooting at the Ft.

Lauderdale Airport. More than an hour went by before Trump tweeted anything about the shooting, and the brief tweet was followed with a happy birthday message to his son Eric.

Trump's token Florida tweet

For someone who tweets at all hours of the day, it came as a bit of a surprise that President-elect Donald Trump put more energy into his tweets about the "Celebrity Apprentice" than the devastating news in Florida. In true Trump style, he didn't tweet about the shooting until he had something to say about himself.

Almost two hours after the shooting was reported, Trump tweeted, "Monitoring the terrible situation in Florida. Just spoke to Governor Scott. Thoughts and prayers for all. Stay safe!"

According to CBS News, Governor Scott stated that he called the President-elect, not President Obama, to share information about the Florida airport shooting.

The governor admitted that he has a "personal relationship with Vice President Pence and President-elect Trump" so that's why he reached out to them.

Shortly after Trump tweeted his one "stay safe" tweet about the mass shooting, he went about his day and then remembered to wish his son, Eric, a happy birthday.