Ever since the early days of his campaign for president, Donald Trump made a point to not hold back his feelings when it comes to ranting on social media. After almost 100 days in office, the president has not changed his style.

Trump on Twitter

During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump decided early on that he would use social media to his advantage. When he announced his candidacy for president, Trump quickly got off on the wrong foot with the mainstream media when he referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The press were quick to push back, which started a domino effect that has led to the current feud between the former host of "The Apprentice" and the press.

Trump has gone as far as refer to journalists as "terrible," while calling any reports he doesn't agree with "fake news." In addition to lashing out at the media, Trump has used Twitter to push his policy agenda, including his proposed border wall and his feelings about other world leaders. These issues, and more, were tackled in a pair of tweets from the president on April 25.

Taking to his official Twitter account on April 25, Donald Trump set his sights on two targets. In his first social media rant of the morning, the billionaire real estate pushed back against Canada for how the country has impacted farming in the United States.

"Canada has made business for our dairy farmers in Wisconsin and other border states very difficult," Trump tweeted, before adding, "We will not stand for this. Watch!"

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then shifted his focus onto his border wall, which media outlets reported on Monday that he would be willing to drop funding for in order to avoid a government shutdown.

Trump dismissed the reports, labeling them "fake news" in his most recent tweet as of press time. "Don't let the fake media tell you that I have changed my position on the WALL," he wrote on Twitter, while noting, "It will get built and help stop drugs, human trafficking etc." Trump has made illegal immigration and his wall a cornerstone of first his campaign, and now administration, and he doesn't look to be backing off his demands anytime soon.

Moving forward

As Donald Trump continues to use his Twitter account to push his agenda, it doesn't always go according to plan. According to the most recent round of polling, Trump's approval rating is hovering around just 40 percent, which is some of the lowest numbers to start a presidency in the last 75 years.