After nearly three months on the job, President Donald Trump has already created non-stop controversy for himself in the White House. While the president is dealing with domestic policy issues at home, he's also making moves that could have a global impact, which was evident during his latest rant on social media.

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During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump separated himself from the pack of other candidates by making comments that others refused to make. Trump's rhetoric would often find himself in trouble, with many questioning the stability of the former host of "The Apprentice." With the exception of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump would find ways to take shots at various word leaders and foreign nations, sending warnings to those countries about what would take place if he was elected as the 45th President of the United States.

One country that was always on the president's radar was China, who Trump would accuse of currency manipulation, while also threatening the future of trade deals between the two. Another nation that Trump would target is North Korea, which raised red flags with many critics due to the nature of their leader, Kim Jon-un. As seen on his Twitter account on April 11, Trump has a message for the two nations and leaders.

Last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping made a trip to Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida to meet with Donald Trump to discuss a wide-range of issues.

The meeting between the two appeared to go well, until Xi left the resort and the Chinese state-run news outlet published an article that was highly critical of the billionaire real estate mogul. In response, Trump is warning the nation about their future when it comes to trade, and the global issue of North Korea's stability in the region.

"I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the U.S. will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Tuesday morning.

In a follow-up tweet, Trump continued to lash out. "North Korea is looking for trouble," Trump tweeted out. "If China decides to help, that would be great," he added, before noting, "If not, we will solve the problem without them! U.S.A."

Moving forward

As Donald Trump continues to use social media as his number one form of communication, it's unknown how China and North Korea will respond. Both nations were critical of the United States for sending almost 60 tomahawk cruise missiles into a Syria airbase in response to Bashar al-Assad chemical attack, with North Korea using it as an excuse to keep their nuclear weapons program alive.