“Preacher” host Stephen Colbert is not a fan of President Donald Trump. The TV host did not hide his dislike for the president as well as his namesake whom Colbert discovered follows him on Twitter. He used the opportunity, however, to send a message to the occupant of the Oval Office.

Rogen was a guest on Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday night. Colbert asked Rogen about his social media followers, specifically Donald Trump Jr. Rogen believes the reason why the president’s son followed him on Twitter is to keep an open line of communication – a sarcastic reference to brother-in-law Jared Kushner’s proposal for a back communications channel with Russia, Time reported.

Direct message to the first son

Rogen became aware Donald Jr. is his follower on Twitter on Feb. 16. He used the opportunity to ask the son to send a message to the president which it to ask Trump to resign before he destroys the planet. When Rogen realized he could send a direct message to Donald, the TV host sent one, but the EVP of Development & Acquisitions of the Trump Organization did not reply back.

Mashable noted there were little checkmarks to the time stamp which are indicators that Donald Jr. read Rogen’s direct messages.

The two TV hosts are waiting if the presidential son will attempt to reply back to them.

Panama Canal exchange

Meanwhile, it is not just Donald Jr. who is being trolled on Twitter but also his father. Time reported that Trump, in his exchange with Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela at the White House on Monday, commented the Panama canal is doing quite well.

The billionaire then added, “I think we did a good job building it, right?”

A White House press release explained it was part of the scripted statement for the president.

Varela, however, replied, “Yeah. One hundred years ago.” Trump noted, “We did a very good job.” There is some grain of truth in what Trump said because the U.S. took over the construction of the canal in 1904 when France, which started work on the project in 1881, stopped because of engineering problems and high death rate among workers.

Since Trump was not clear if the civil works were done recently, it appears he was taking credit for the project which led to reactions on Twitter. In defense of Trump, a Twitter user with the handle @C_Mike_Hunt clarified that what the president referred to and what Varela agreed to was Panama Canal was actually completed, is a century old, and is still intact, functional, and profitable.