President Donald Trump has made a habit out of lashing out on social media, and has only increased his attacks in recent days. To start off his day on Thursday, the commander in chief had multiple targets in his sights on Twitter.

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Two of the biggest stories over the last 24 hours has been the reaction of two senators in regards to separate Donald Trump policy decisions. One was Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who claimed that Trump's recent nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States, Neil Gorsuch, had criticized the president's comments about a federal judge.

In addition, Republican Sen. John McCain was vocal in his opposition to the White House for stating that the recent botched raid in Yemen was "successful," despite resulting in the death of an American solider. As seen on his Twitter account on February 29, Trump is not happy.

"Sen.Richard Blumenthal, who never fought in Vietnam when he said for years he had (major lie), now misrepresents what Judge Gorsuch told him?" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Thursday morning. In a follow-up tweet on the issue, the former host of "The Apprentice" continued his attack, this time dragging a CNN host into the equation.

"Chris Cuomo, in his interview with Sen. Blumenthal, never asked him about his long-term lie about his brave "service" in Vietnam," Trump noted, before adding, "FAKE NEWS!"

Trump on McCain

Within minutes, Donald Trump then turned his attention to Sen.

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John McCain over his criticism of the aforementioned Yemen raid. "Sen. McCain should not be talking about the success or failure of a mission to the media. Only emboldens the enemy!" the president posted on Twitter. In the second part of his social media attack, the billionaire real estate mogul continued to rail against the former 2008 Republican presidential nominee.

"He's been losing so long he doesn't know how to win anymore, just look at the mess our country is in - bogged down in conflict all over the place," he tweeted. "Our hero Ryan died on a winning mission ( according to General Mattis), not a 'failure.' Time for the U.S. to get smart and start winning again!," Trump concluded.

The president's feud with John McCain is well documented, and goes back to the early days of the Republican primary where Donald Trump said the senator was "not a war hero" because he was captured during the Vietnam War. As of press time, the senator has not responded to the criticism.