It's become routine for Donald Trump to lash out on social media and voice his frustrations to the millions of people who follow him. In yet another early morning tweet-storm, the president has a lot to get off his chest.

Trump on Twitter

After Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president close to two years ago, it became clear that he wasn't going to be on the same page as the majority of the mainstream news media. When Trump referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," the press jumped on the former host of "The Apprentice," and the feud between both sides was underway and hasn't looked back.

Trump quickly realized that using social media to push his agenda and reach his supporters and potential voters was the best avenue to go down, as he was able to craft his own message in the process. Trump has only increased his war of words against the media, often labeling journalists as "terrible" and the "most dishonest" group of individuals that he's ever met. That tension has increased since taking office, with Trump using Twitter to bash the press, as well as his political opponents. As seen on his Twitter account April 18, Trump is voicing his frustration with the Democratic Party.

Taking to his Twitter account on April 18, Donald Trump didn't hold back his anger with former President Barack Obama and his immigration policies.

"The weak illegal immigration policies of the Obama Admin. allowed bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. We are removing them fast!" Trump tweeted out early Tuesday morning.

Trump on Georgia

In a follow-up series of Twitter messages, Donald Trump focused on the special election in George that will fill a vacant seat in Congress that was left after Tom Price was tapped to serve as the Secretary of Health and Human services.

The billionaire real estate mogul shifted his focus on bashing the Democrat in the race, Jon Ossoff. "Democrat Jon Ossoff would be a disaster in Congress. VERY weak on crime and illegal immigration, bad for jobs and wants higher taxes," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Say NO"

Not stopping there, Donald Trump continued to push back against Jon Ossoff, as he does his best to ensure that a Republican holds onto the seat.

"Republicans must get out today and VOTE in Georgia 6. Force runoff and easy win!" Trump wrote, while noting, "Dem Ossoff will raise your taxes-very bad on crime & 2nd A." Despite Trump's promotion, 18 candidates will be on the ballot with Ossoff polling far ahead of the competition.