It's no secret that Donald Trump and some members of the Republican Party don't see eye to eye. After GOP Sen. Bob Corker announced he would be retiring at the end of his term and became critical of the president and the party, Trump decided to fire back on social media.

Trump and GOP

When Donald Trump first announced he was running for president, he did so as a member of the Republican Party. As the months rolled on, the former host of "The Apprentice" picked up steam and eventually surprised many by winning the GOP nomination. While Trump had enough support to become the party's nominee for president, many in the GOP were not pleased and worried that the billionaire real estate mogul could damage the party's brand.

Fast forward to present day and Trump has been in the White House for nine months but still doesn't have the full support of some Republicans. Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee has not been shy about his feelings on the president, especially after announcing his upcoming retirement. Earlier this week, Corker described the current administration as "chaos," which led to Trump ripping into the Senator during a series of October 8 tweets.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning, Donald Trump wasted no time lashing out at Bob Corker.

"Senator Bob Corker 'begged' me to endorse him for re-election in Tennessee. I said 'NO' and he dropped out (said he could not win without my endorsement)," Trump tweeted out. In a follow up tweet, Trump doubled down with his anger, writing, "He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said 'NO THANKS.' He is also largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal!"

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then hit back against Bob Corker for a third time during his tweetstorm.

"Hence, I would fully expect Corker to be a negative voice and stand in the way of our great agenda," the president posted to his Twitter timeline, while adding, "Didn't have the guts to run!" This isn't the first time Trump has called out critical members of the GOP, but it doesn't appear to be helping him reach his goal of getting legislation passed to his desk.

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As Donald Trump continues to pick fights with members of his own political party, the commander in chief has struggled to keep many of his campaign promises by being unable to get Republican members of Congress to back his own plans. Trump's inability to make progress on issues like health care and tax reform have not reflected well on his administration, leading to just a 35 percent approval rating with the American people.