Ever since Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, he has made many political enemies due to his controversial comments and questionable policy proposals. After just two weeks on the job as the new commander in chief, Trump has been hit with serious backlash from his critics.

Fox on Trump

As Donald Trump held his press conference in Trump Tower to officially announce his candidacy in June 2015, he caught instant heat by referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The former host of "The Apprentice" was then labeled a "racist" for his comments, which set off one of the most controversial campaigns in history.

In the weeks and months that would follow, Trump vowed to complete the construction of a Southern border wall, while working to deport as many illegal immigrates as possible. In addition, Trump promised that American taxpayers would not be financially response for the wall in question, and that Mexico would pay for it. In response, former President Vicente Fox criticized Trump, which continued in a series of February 4 Twitter posts.

"I've made it clear, Mexico is not paying for that #Fu**ingWall. US Congress don't get fooled by Donald Trump," Vicente Fox tweeted out, before adding, "You can stop his madness." In a follow-up tweet just an hour later, Fox continued his attack on the border wall.

"America, remember who's going to pay for that #Fu**ingWall: it's you! American taxpayers, not Mexico," he wrote.

After Federal Judge James Robart, a Bush-era appointee, ordered a block on Donald Trump's recent "Muslim ban" executive order, Vicente Fox was quick to add his thoughts.

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"Judge Robart, your actions trump hate and are as loud as all the voices of America and abroad together. @realDonaldTrump needs to listen!," Fox wrote on Twitter.

Fox defends the Times

As part of his early Saturday morning Twitter firestorm, Donald Trump once again went after The New York Times, labeling the newspaper "FAKE NEWS." In response, Vicente Fox called on Trump to stop his "child play" and to act more like a world leader.

"Donald, you're a president. Behave like one. These rants are child play," Fox tweeted, before adding, "Quit twitter, start being presidential." As of press time, Trump has not commented on the former Mexican president's remarks.