Before the sun came up on the East Coast on Thursday morning, Donald Trump was already on Twitter, this time lashing out against Chelsea Manning. After Trump made his controversial comments, Wikileaks was quick to fire back.

WikiLeaks on Trump

Previously known as Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning became a household name after the former Army private was caught leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks in 2010. Among the information was video footage from a botched air attack in Baghdad during the Iraq War. In one of his final acts as president, Barack Obama pardoned Manning, much to the chagrin of Republicans and the conservative media.

On Thursday morning, Fox News devoted a segment to Manning, which didn't go over well with Donald Trump. The new president quickly ripped into Manning on his Twitter account, which was followed up with a response from Wikileaks on January 26.

"Ungrateful TRAITOR Chelsea Manning, who should never have been released from prison, is now calling President Obama a weak leader," Donald Trump wrote on his Twitter account, before adding, "Terrible!" In retaliation, WikiLeaks gave their thoughts on the comments, exposing Trump's ignorance on the issue at hand.

"Trump is wrong," WikiLeaks tweeted, while noting, "Manning was found innocent of 'aiding the enemy' & Pentagon admitted under oath no-one harmed.

In a follow-up post on Twitter, WikiLeaks provided a side-by-side comparison of two different Donald Trump tweets, once again showing how the billionaire real estate mogul changes his views.

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"Trump denounces Manning for agreeing with him. Compare:" WikiLeaks wrote, while showing a screen shot of the two posts.

WikiLeaks attacks

While WikiLeaks was considered a positive for Donald Trump during the election due to their attacks on Hillary Clinton, lately they have been more of an enemy.

Just last week, WikiLeaks called for the release of Trump's private tax returns, and threatened to be the ones who released them if they were able to get them in their possession. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has not yet responded to the recent WikiLeaks attack, it's expected that he will at some point in the future.