The feud between Donald Trump and Republican Sen. Bob Corker has been going on over the last few weeks, and it doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. On Tuesday morning, the two men exchanged words in a series of tweets as the bad blood continues to flow.

Trump on Corker

When Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker announced he was going to retire at the end of his term, he didn't waste anytime taking the metaphorical gloves off to give his honest opinion about Donald Trump. Corker went on to warn that the former host of "The Apprentice" was on his way to starting World War 3 due to his careless and reckless rhetoric and policy proposals.

In return, Trump accused Corker of "begging" him for support in his reelection, and only deciding to retire when the president refused to stand by his side. The two went on to trade jabs in the media, highlighting yet another rift between the commander in chief and a member of the Republican Party. As seen on his Twitter feed on October 24, Trump wasted no time reigniting the issues between the two.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump took time to attack Bob Corker in several tweets.

"Bob Corker, who helped President O give us the bad Iran Deal & couldn't get elected dog catcher in Tennessee, is now fighting Tax Cuts," Trump tweeted. "Corker dropped out of the race in Tennessee when I refused to endorse him, and now is only negative on anything Trump," he added, before tweeting, "Look at his record!"

Not stopping there, the president went on to send out three more tweets, labeling Bob Corker "incompetent" as the head of the Foreign Relations Committee, and blaming him for the entire world allegedly "laughing" at the United States.

In conclusion, Donald Trump referred to Corker as "liddle," before accusing him of setting the United States back in the process.

Corker's answer

In response to Donald Trump's criticism, Bob Corker didn't hold back his thoughts.

"Same untruths from an utterly untruthful president," Corker tweeted, before using the hashtag "#AlertTheDaycareStaff." Just hours later while speaking to a reporter from CNN, Corker doubled down on his thoughts on Trump, adding, "I don’t know why he lowers himself to such a low, low standard, and debases our country in a way that he does."

Next up

While Donald Trump continues to insult members of his own party on social media, he has many more important issues to worry about. The future of health care and tax reform remain uncertain, as the billionare real estate mogul has been unable to convince enough Republicans to support his plans on both issues.

With potential war with North Korea still hanging in the balance, Trump's standing with the American people remains low, as his approval rating has been stuck at around 35 percent in recently released polling.