It's become commonplace for Donald Trump to vent on social media before most people have even had their morning coffee. Friday morning was no exception, with the 45th President of the United States deciding to get a lot of things off his mind on Twitter.

Trump's Twitter trouble

Shortly before 6:30 a.m. on the East Coast, Donald Trump took to his Twitter feed and went on a firing spree of everything that was bothering him. The billionaire real estate mogul appeared to have a checklist of who and what he wanted to complain about, and in a series of six tweets, did just that.

From his feud with Arnold Schwarzenegger, to his issue over former President Obama's deal with Iran, to alleged "fake news" dealing with his recent phone call with the Prime Minister of Australia, Trump didn't hold back. As time went on, Trump went back to Twitter and finished off his thoughts, as seen on February 3.

"Professional anarchists, thugs and paid protesters are proving the point of the millions of people who voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter. Trump's comments appear to be linked back to the protests turned riots on the campus of UC Berkeley on Wednesday night.

Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos, who frequents college campuses in his tour against the "social justice left," was scheduled to speak, but liberal protesters caused havoc, burning cars, and attacking security officers and other by-standards. The incident quickly dominated cable news, and prompted Trump to threaten to defund the university if they couldn't control the outrage.

Trump on Paris

In his most recent tweet as of press time, Donald Trump then used the Friday morning attempted islamic terrorist attack in France to gloat about his controversial "Muslim ban" executive order. "A new radical Islamic terrorist has just attacked in Louvre Museum in Paris," Trump tweeted, before adding, Tourists were locked down.

France on edge again. GET SMART U.S."

According to reports, a man with a machete at the Louvre museum in Paris shouted "Allahu akhbar," as he attempted to go on the attack, but was shot by security. Despite facing heavy backlash over the aforementioned "Muslim ban," Trump and the White House don't appear willing to back down from their decision anytime soon.