After a week of constant criticism and backlash from the majority of the mainstream media and many Americans, Donald Trump decided to turn his attention to his feud with Kim Jong-un and North Korea. In his latest tweetstorm, the president put the blame of North Korea's rise on the last three administrations.

Trump on North Korea

During the 2016 presidential election [VIDEO], it became common place for Donald Trump to make outrageous and outlandish remarks. Whether it was against Democrats, members of the media, Hollywood celebrities, or his fellow Republicans, the former host of "The Apprentice" has not held back his thoughts on a variety of topics.

When it came to world leaders, Trump took time to rip many of them, with the exception of Russian President Vladimir Putin. As far as North Korean leader Kim Jong-un goes, Trump curiously praised him at times during his campaign, but has since shifted gears since getting into office. Over the last month, Trump has referred to Kim as "Rocket Man" or "Little Rocket Man," insulting the leader for his apparent obsession with testing dangerous missiles in the region. Trump used the nickname in a series of tweets, and then during his speech in front of the United Nations General Assembly. On Sunday morning, Trump once again attacked Kim, telling his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that he was "wasting his time" trying to negotiate. As seen on his Twitter account later on October 1, Trump is now putting blame on his predecessors.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Sunday afternoon, Donald Trump went back to his attack on Kim Jong-un, while shifting accountability to the administrations of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. "Being nice to Rocket Man hasn't worked in 25 years, why would it work now?" Trump tweeted. "Clinton failed, Bush failed, and Obama failed," Trump added, before claiming, "I won't fail."

Trump, bitter?

Donald Trump's attack on the three former presidents comes just days after Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama took part in a golf outing together. All ex-commander in chiefs have expressed, in various ways, their opposition to the current president. While it's unknown whether or not Trump's latest social media rant is in response to the aforementioned golf trip, but the timing is questionable.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump finds a way to bash the former presidents in his feud with North Korea, the billionaire real estate mogul is also dealing with multiple issues in the White House. As Trump faces heavy criticism following his response to the hurricane in Puerto Rico, he's also continued with bad mouthing the National Football League, while failing to repeal and replace Obamacare.