With a special election taking place in Georgia on Tuesday, all eyes will be on whether or not the Democrats can take back a seat in the House Of Representatives. As expected, President Donald Trump decided to give his thoughts during a pair of tweets.

Trump on Georgia

When Donald Trump pulled off the shocking victory over Hillary Clinton last November, the election results also brought with him a majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Following Trump's win, his transition team helped put together his upcoming administration, which included then GOP Rep.

Tom Price from Georgia. With Price now serving as United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, his seat in the House became vacant. After a primary election was held earlier this year, the top two advanced to a special election, which proved to be Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff against Republican Karen Handel. In the primary, Ossoff received almost three times as many votes as Handel, creating a wide gap in their totals, which was mostly due to the heavy amount of Republican challengers splitting the conservative vote. As voters head to the polls on Tuesday, the former host of "The Apprentice" chimed in with his thoughts during a series of June 20 posts on Twitter.

Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday, Donald Trump did his best to promote the candidacy of the Republican, while predictably tear down the chances of her Democratic challenger.

"Democrat Jon Ossoff, who wants to raise your taxes to the highest level and is weak on crime and security, doesn't even live in district," Trump tweeted out.

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump then directed his attention to the Republican in the race.

"KAREN HANDEL FOR CONGRESS," Trump tweeted out in all caps. Concluding his message, the president wrote of Handel, "She will fight for lower taxes, great healthcare strong security-a hard worker who will never give up! VOTE TODAY." Trump's tweets appear to be a last minute effort to get out the vote in the state where the Democrat appears to have a surprising advantage.

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If Jon Ossoff is able to pull off the win in the conservative red state of Georgia, it would mark the first electoral defeat during Donald Trump's presidency. With the pressure mounting on the White House and the president's approval rating dropping in the majority of polling, a defeat in Georgia would only add to the negativity surrounding the current administration.