It's not uncommon for Donald Trump to lash out on social media in an attempt at expressing his views about the current issues of the day. However, Trump's latest stop on Twitter included several re-tweets, with many pointing out the inaccuracies of their claims.

Trump on Twitter

Heading into the 2016 presidential election, it was unknown how Donald Trump would conduct himself during the campaign. Once the former host of "The Apprentice" officially announced his candidacy, he quickly sparked controversy by referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." At that moment all bets were off and the line was drawn between those who supported Trump and those who spoke out against him.

In the two years that followed, Trump's questionable rhetoric and style has resulted in an approval rating of just 35 percent, though those who support him remain defiant in standing bu his side. Over the last week, Trump has increased his use of social media by ranting over a variety of issues, including, but not limited to Hurricane Harvey in Texas, his proposed border wall, and the "fake news." As seen on his Twitter account on August 28, Trump decided to re-tweet several questionable posts.

Taking to his Twitter account on Monday morning was Donald Trump, who re-tweeted a post that took a shot at Chelsea Manning and Oscar Lopez Rivera for claiming they had their sentences pardoned by former President Barack Obama.

"Your boss (Obama) pardoned a traitor who gave U.S. enemies state secrets, he also pardoned a terrorist who killed Americans. Spare us the lecture," Townhall Editor Katie Pavlich wrote in response to former Obama foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes. Trump re-tweeted Pavlich, though her remarks were inaccurate as Manning and Lopez had their sentences commuted, and were not pardoned by Obama.

In addition to his aforementioned re-tweet, Donald Trump then re-tweeted a quote from Mother Teresa that was sure to raise eyebrows due to its content clashing with much of the president's message.

"No color, no religion, no nationality should come between us, we are all children of God. - Mother Teresa," Trump posted. The president's social media activity comes as Hurricane Harvey is devastating much of Texas, with Trump planning to visit the state on Tuesday.

Next up

After over seven months in the White House, Donald Trump is still creating controversy on an almost daily basis. From his tweetstorms, to his policy proposals, and rhetoric, it doesn't appear that the political left and right will be able to get on the same page at any point in the near future.