On Sunday morning, Donald Trump went on a multi-tweet attack against Republican Sen. Bob Corker for his critical remarks about the administration. In response, the senator decided to fire back at the 45th President of the United States.

Corker on Trump

When Donald Trump announced he was running for president back in June 2015, he did so on the floor of Trump Tower as a member of the Republican Party. While Trump would end up gaining momentum and popularity, enough so to be named the party's nominee, not everyone in the GOP was thrilled at their new political leader.

Names like Paul Ryan and John McCain made it clear that they weren't happy with the former host of "The Apprentice," with many others clashing with Trump since his upset election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November. After Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker announced his plans to retire at the end of his term, he amped up his criticism of Trump and didn't hold back over his thoughts about the job the president has done since getting into the White House. As expected, Corker's remarks didn't go over well with Trump, which he elaborated on in a series of Sunday morning tweets. As seen on his own Twitter account on October 8, Corker decided to respond.

Taking to his Twitter account on Sunday morning, Sen.

Bob Corker hit back on social media in response to Donald Trump's recent tweetstorm. "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center," Corker tweeted out, before adding, "Someone obviously missed their shift this morning."

In Donald Trump's aforementioned tweets, he accused Bob Corker of "begging" for his endorsement, claiming that the senator decided to retire when he refused to back him in the the upcoming election.

Not stopping there, the billionaire real estate mogul went on to put blame on Corker for the controversial Iran deal, while saying he "didn't have the guts to run" for re-election. Trump's bad blood with Republicans is nothing new, which is just one of the reasons why he's been unable to fulfill many of his campaign promises, including legislation dealing with health care and tax reform.

Next up

With Sen. Bob Corker on his way out, it's likely that he won't hold back his opinions about the current state of Washington and the president for the remainder of his time in Congress. For Donald Trump, only time will tell if he decides to respond to the mocking and trolling from a member of his own Republican Party.