Donald Trump's top form of communication over the last two years has been Twitter. While Trump seems to love the social media platform, its former CEO doesn't share the same feelings about the commander in chief.

Twitter on Trump

It didn't take long before it was clear that Donald Trump and the mainstream media wouldn't see eye to eye. After Trump's campaign announcement were he insulted illegal immigrants from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists," the press quickly hit back at the president and the battle between the media and the former host of "The Apprentice" was underway.

As the 2016 presidential election continued, Trump increased his use of Twitter while publicly bashing the press, often referring to journalists as "terrible" and the "most dishonest" people he's ever met. While this has been going on, Trump's tweets have become legendary. Whether it's a late-night stab at "Saturday Night Live," or pushing a wild conspiracy in an apparent attempt to deflect from his own scandals, Trump is never too far from his cell phone. Though Trump loves the social media platform, those who have worked for the company don't feel the same about him. As seen on his own Twitter account on June 9, the former CEO of the company is speaking out.

As reported by BuzzFeed over the weekend, Donald Trump is set to hold a similar meeting to one that he had earlier with venture capitalists and entrepreneurs.

Leaders from Apple, Amazon, and others will be in attendance to discuss future technology.

The former CEO of Twitter, dick costolo, took part in a previous meeting back in 2015 with Donald Trump, but was not impressed with the billionaire real estate mogul.

"If you don't get invited to this meeting and want to know what it was like, just drink a bottle of gin and then waterboard yourself," Costolo tweeted out. The current CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has kept his thoughts about Trump mostly private. During the Recode Code Commerce conference back in December, Dorsey was pressed on his feelings about Trump, responding that it was "complicated."

Moving forward

While Dick Costolo doesn't seem to be a fan of Donald Trump, the business community has supported the president, mostly due to his policies that favor corporations over workers. However, Trump's popularity has suffered due to his controversial policy proposals and growing scandals, with the latest round of polling showing his approval rating droppoing to below 40 percent.