On a day when yet another Republican senator announced that he would not seek re-election due to his opposition to the current president, Donald Trump took time to praise most GOP senators on social media. After a social media post by the president on Tuesday night, Trump was quickly reminded that not everything is going well on his side of the political aisle.

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It's no secret that Donald Trump doesn't see eye to eye with many in Washington. Trump's first feud started with the majority of the mainstream media during the early days of his campaign, which has transformed into an all out war at times.

While it was expected that the former of "The Apprentice" would clash with most Democrats, it's been the growing opposition from Republicans that have caused internal issues for the White House. Trump would often personally attack his Republican opponents during the primary, but that has carried over into his presidency, which has prevented the GOP from moving forward on legislation dealing with health care and tax reform. Over the last few weeks, Trump has engaged in a war of words with Sen. John McCain and Sen. Bob Corker, who had already announced he would not be running for re-election, mostly in part to his feelings towards the White House. On Tuesday, Sen. Jeff flake also came forward to confirm he won't be seeking re-election, while delivering critical remarks about Trump.

As seen on Twitter on October 24, Trump appeared to ignore the negativity and brag about getting several "standing ovations' from most of the GOP in the senate.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Tuesday night, Donald Trump commented on his recent lunch meeting with Republican members of the United States Senate.

After being nearly hit with dozens of mini Russian flags on his way to the Senate meeting, Trump expressed his satisfaction during the gathering of Republicans.

"So nice being with Republican Senators today," Donald Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Multiple standing ovations!" "Most are great people who want big Tax Cuts and success for U.S." Trump noted.

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Not long after Donald Trump sent out his tweet, critics responded on social media and pointed out that the president's own party is getting fed up with him. "Today was probably the worst day any Republican president has ever had in the history of America within his own party," one tweet read.

"When even the bad guys like Jeff Flake and Bob Corker don't like you, that's when you know you are pure evil," Eugene Gu tweeted back.

"Are you really talking about crowd sizes and ovations again?" another Twitter user wondered, before adding, "For god's sake another Republican Senator basically said screw you to you today."

"Look at you, pretending like you don't care that two of the Senators in room called you a danger to the Republic and world.

We know you do," an additional tweet stated. Those who oppose Donald Trump continued to pile on and remind the commander in chief that well-respected members of the GOP are jumping off the so-called "Trump Train."