Following two big loses in the special elections held earlier this week in Georgia and South Carolina, the Democratic Party is facing internal questions in regards to their leadership. Just hours after calling on the Democrats to work with Republicans in Congress, Donald Trump decided to insult the two highest ranking party members.

Trump on Democrats

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, it was clear that he was not going to hold back his thoughts on those who oppose him. The former host of "The Apprentice" made bashing the Democratic Party a corner stone of his political message, which went into high gear following his win in the Republican primary.

During the general election, Trump ripped into Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on a daily basis, going as far as promoting debunked conspiracy theories about her health. Since his inauguration, Trump has expanded that criticism to the entire Democratic Party, where the president takes routine jabs at the liberals in Washington. Earlier this week, Republicans protected two congressional seats by coming out on top in special elections, which the president highlighted during his re-election rally in Iowa. While speaking to the Iowa crowd, Trump called on Democrats to work with Republicans in Congress, before insulting them as "obstructionists." Less than 24 hours later on June 22, Trump returned to Twitter to continue his attack.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday morning, Donald Trump took at shot at the Democratic Party and their leadership as rumors of a shake-up heat up.

"I certainly hope the Democrats do not force Nancy P out," Trump tweeted, before adding, "That would be very bad for the Republican Party - and please let Cryin' Chuck stay!" Trump's remarks follow recent reports that many Democrats are pushing to remove Nancy Pelosi from her position as House Minority Leader, with questions also being raised about the future of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Twitter reacts

Not long after Donald Trump sent out his tweet, social media critics were quick to hit back. "Why don't you worry about yourself being forced out, Mr. Getting Investigated By The FBI?" director Adam Best wrote.

"I honestly can't believe you're the president and you still say things like "Cryin' Chuck" about a US Senator." Jules Suzdaltsev tweeted out, before adding, "you're a pouting child, nothing less." "What are we being distracted from today?" Neil Makhija replied back on Twitter, while noting, "Oh right, massive cuts to Medicaid that will hurt lower income Americans and worsen the Rust Belt's opioid crisis." "Trump hasn't been very good at keeping his promises, but he's certainly a world-class gloater," author Stephen King added.

"There we go with the name-calling again. Are you the POTUS or just an 11-year-old bullying someone in the playground?" Mike P. Williams tweeted out, before also adding, "The immature swipes & petty names you call others - others who've more experience & life achievements than you - is quite something. So sad." The backlash continued as it was clear that Donald Trump's controversial rhetoric would not go unanswered.