For the last two years, Donald Trump has not held back when expressing his thoughts on social media. When it comes to Hillary Clinton's opinion on the subject, she was pretty clear in getting it across.

Clinton on Trump

When Donald Trump first announced that he was running for office, the consensus was that his campaign wouldn't last long and was met with mostly laughs. However, as time moved forward and Trump gained momentum, it was clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" was going to be the next Republican nominee for president. Despite his early success, Trump was seen as the underdog when facing off against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the general election.

To the surprise of many, including himself, Trump was able to pull off the upset win over the former Secretary of State, winning in key swing states like Ohio, Florida, Michigan, and even the traditionally blue state state of Pennsylvania. Since the election, speculation has increased over how Trump was able to actually win in the first place, including, but not limited to, the Russian hacking scandal and the drama surrounding FBI Director James Comey. While Trump has continued to promote his election win as a legit victory, Clinton had a few words to say for herself, as reported by Mediate on May 2.

(Clinton's comments about Twitter start at 3:00 in the above video.)

According to Mediate on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton spoke with Christiane Amanpour during the Women For Women luncheon and didn't hold back her thoughts about Donald Trump, making sure to put a special emphasis on his Twitter obsession.

"Negotiations are critical," Clinton said, before noting, "They have to be part of a broader strategy, not just thrown out on a tweet some morning."

Hillary Clinton then noted that she actually won the popular vote over Donald Trump, which caused the crowd to laugh and cheer, promoting Amandpour to response, "I feel a tweet coming on." "Fine," Clinton responded, before adding, "Better that than interfering in foreign affairs if he wants to tweet about me." Not stopping there, Clinton went on to say that she was "happy to be the diversion."

Moving forward

While Donald Trump has not yet offered a response to Hillary Clinton's remarks, it wouldn't come as a surprise if he does due to his history of lashing out at his political opponents, especially his former general election opponent.

Despite Trump's victory, he's currently sitting on a historically low approval rating for this early in a presidency, with only 40 percent of Americans holding a favorable opinion of the commander in chief.