Donald Trump has not been one to hold back his thoughts, especially during his early morning Twitter sessions. During the president's latest rant on social media, he decided to mock the leader of North Korea, while also hitting back at the New York Times.

Trump's Twitter play

It started back when Donald Trump announced his campaign for president while referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Trump's remarks instantly triggered a negative reaction from the majority of the mainstream media, resulting in the former host of "The Apprentice" spending more time on Twitter as a way to bypass the traditional press.

Over the next two years, it became common place for Trump to create new feuds and continue old ones with his political opponents, whether it be in the media, Democrats or other Republicans, or even world leaders from rival nations. One of Trump's top targets in the media has been the New York Times, which he has given the nickname of "failing New York Times." In addition, Trump's most recent global enemy has been the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un. As seen during his tweets on September 17, Trump decided to rip into the New York Times, while mocking Kim with his own nickname.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning was Donald Trump, who took time to troll Kim Jong-un as tensions between North Korea and the rest of the world continue.

"I spoke with President Moon of South Korea last night. Asked him how Rocket Man is doing," Trump tweeted, in reference to his new nickname for the North Korean leader. "Long gas lines forming in North Korea. Too bad!," he continued.

Not long after his tweet about North Korea, Donald Trump re-tweeted a post by David Martosko of the Daily Mail who criticized the New York Times for their recent piece about the president allowing an 11-year-old boy to mow the White House lawn.

The article in question attacked Trump for doing so, which led Martosko to tweet, "This is the #NYTimes. Can you understand why so many reporters are cautious about working for them?"

Moving forward

While Donald Trump spends his morning mocking his opponents on social media, the commander in chief has many other issues to worry about in the White House.

As his relationship with the Republican Party implodes in front of the public eye, and with Democrats holding his feet to the fire, Trump is sitting on an approval rating of just 35 percent after only nine months in office.