On Tuesday, a Special Election will be held in Georgia to fill a vacant seat in Congress. As part of his best effort to ensure a Republican is voted in, Donald Trump is using Twitter to the best of his ability.

Trump's Twitter take

Heading into the 2016 presidential election, the idea that Donald Trump would be voted in as the next commander in chief looked like a long shot. However, the former host of "The Apprentice" used his momentum to not only win the Republican nomination, but also the general election against Hillary Clinton last November.

Following Trump's historic upset victory, all eyes then shifted to who would surround the billionaire real estate mogul in his administration. Trump would go on to pick Rep. tom price to serve in the role as the next Secretary of Health and Human Services, With Price's nomination, it left a vacant seat in Congress representing the Sixth Congressional District in Georgia. Of the 18 candidates running, Democrat Jon Ossoff has polled in the lead, which comes as a surprise since the president won the district by nearly 30 points in the general election. With Ossoff the odds on favorite, Trump lashed out on Twitter on April 18 in a last ditch attempt to turn the tide.

Taking to his offical Twitter account on Tuesday, Donald Trump pulled out all the stops to keep the Georgia congressional seat red.

During an early morning tweet-storm on the issue, Trump described Jon Ossoff as a "disaster," who is allegedly "weak" on issues ranging from illegal immigration and crime, while accusing the 30-year-old documentary filmmaker of wanting to raise everyone's taxes. In a follow-up tweet, Trump doubled down on his previous remarks, which received a combined 86,000 "likes" as of press time.

Donald Trump's latest tweet came on Tuesday night, which he once against targeted Jon Ossoff. "Just learned that Jon Ossoff, who is running for Congress in Georgia, doesn't even live in the district," Trump wrote on his Twitter feed, before adding, "Republicans, get out and vote!"

Moving forward

Despite Donald Trump's best efforts, Jon Ossoff is expected to pull off his own upset in the red state of Georgia.

Competitive Republicans on the ticket range from former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel to business executive Bob Gray. While the Democratic Party looks to add a seat to their total in the House of Representatives, they are still far behind from regaining the majority, though the 2018 mid-terms are just around the corner.