Over the last 24 hours, Donald Trump has been forced to deal with criticism over an odd tweet that he sent out just past midnight on Wednesday morning. After returning to Twitter to attack Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State decided to respond.

Trump's 'covfefe'

Ever since the early days of the 2016 presidential election, it was clear that Donald Trump and the mainstream media would not be on the same page. Trump's controversial campaign style and offensive rhetoric often resulted in the media pushing back at the former host of "The Apprentice." Trump would routinely refer to reporters and journalists as "terrible" and the "worst people" he's ever met, which added fuel to the fire in the rift between both sides.

The war of words only increased during the general election, with Trump battling Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. After the election was over and Trump pulled off the shocking upset, evidence pointed to a shady scandal involving the Russians, who reportedly hacked the Democratic National Committee in favor of Trump. Clinton addressed these issues during the Core Conference, which promoted an angry tweet from the president. In response, Clinton fired back with a tweet of her own, mocking the billionaire real estate mogul in the process.

After Hillary Clinton put the blame on the Russians for her lose in the election, Donald Trump wasn't pleased.

Once again referring to Clinton as "Crooked Hillary," the president went off on yet another classic Twitter tirade. "Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself," Trump wrote, accusing the former Democratic nominee of deflecting her election loss on to many others, including "Facebook and the the rest of the Democratic Party.

Responding to Donald Trump's Twitter rage, Hillary Clinton decided to send out her own message, mocking Trump's use of the term "covfefe." "People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe," Clinton tweeted out.

Within the first hour, Clinton's tweet was "liked" over 109,000 times, re-tweeted over 55,000 times, with close to 9,000 replies.

Moving forward

Despite Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to trade jabs at one another, the reality for the president is that scandals and controversy are continuing in his White House. The latest involves his own son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who is now under FBI scrutiny for possibly withholding information about the current investigation into Russia.