As another morning arrives, President Donald Trump has decided to rant on social media about the news of the day. While continuing his feud with Hillary Clinton on Twitter was not a surprise, the president also included a shot at a fellow Republican.

Trump on Twitter

It's become common place for Donald Trump to voice his frustrations across social media, doing so on a routine basis since the early days of the 2016 presidential election. Once it became clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" would not see eye to eye with the mainstream media, Trump found that communicating through Twitter and other social media platforms was a way that he could avoid the press, while still getting his message out to the people.

Fast forward to present day and Trump has decided to defend himself from criticism over his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, in particular his comments about North Korea and "Rocket Man" Kim Jong-un. Hillary Clinton was critical of the president on Tuesday night, prompting Trump to fire back at the former Secretary of State the following morning. Trump also took a shot at Republican Sen. Rand Paul due to his opposition to the latest GOP attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act, doing so in a string of tweets on September 20.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump first directed his attention to Hillary Clinton and her criticism of the president's speech to the United Nations in regards to his remarks about North Korea.

"After allowing North Korea to research and build Nukes while Secretary of State (Bill C also), Crooked Hillary now criticizes," Trump tweeted. Moments later, the president re-tweeted a post from Twitter user "EaglePundit," which stated, "It is the height of hypocrisy. Obama and Clinton in effect gave nuclear weapons to North Korea by their policy of appeasement."

Trump on Obamacare

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then shifted his focus to health care and the Republican's latest attempt to replace Obamacare, which was put forward in a bill by Sen.

Lindsey Graham and Sen. Bill Cassidy. "Rand Paul is a friend of mine but he is such a negative force when it comes to fixing healthcare. Graham-Cassidy Bill is GREAT! Ends Ocare!" Trump tweeted, while hitting back at Paul for his opposition of the bill in question.

"I hope Republican Senators will vote for Graham-Cassidy and fulfill their promise to Repeal & Replace ObamaCare," Donald Trump went on to tweet in a follow-up post, before adding, "Money direct to States!" The president's morning was filled with various other tweets and re-tweets, as he moves forward with additional meetings at the United Nations.