Donald Trump has been active on social media in recent days, and decided to focus on international and domestic issues to kick off his morning. From his private resort in south Florida, the president lashed out at china, while taking credit for the improved economy.

Trump on China

According to multiple reports, United States spy satellites allegedly captured photos of China illegally selling oil to North Korea, doing so as many as 30 times over the last three months. China denies the allegations, and claims no violations of any U.N. sanctions took place.

Despite China's denial, Donald Trump turned his attention to the news and was quick to lash out during a tweet on December 28.

In a tweet on Thursday morning, Donald Trump made it clear that he wasn't happy about the news of China selling oil to North Korea. "Caught RED HANDED - very disappointed that China is allowing oil to go into North Korea," Trump wrote, before warning that there will not be a positive solution to the international issue dealing with North Korea if China is violating sanctions.

"There will never be a friendly solution to the North Korea problem if this continues to happen!" he added.

Trump on economy

In the last 11 months, the economy has watched unemployment drop and the stock market reach record highs.

This trajectory has been a continuation of what took place during the presidency of Barack Obama. After the Great Recession of 2008, Obama was elected in 2009 and was forced to clean up the financial mess left by the previous administration. Despite constant push back from Republicans in Congress, Obama was able to sign enough legislation that when he left the White House earlier this year, the stock market had double and unemployment had been cut in half from reaching a high of over 10 percent in October 2009.

While most economists view the current economy has a continuation of the last administration, Donald Trump and his team, with help from the right-wing media, have decided to put the praise at the doorstep of the president. In his most recent tweet on the issue, Trump doubled down.

"Retail sales are at record numbers. We’ve got the economy going better than anyone ever dreamt," Trump tweeted out. "You haven’t seen anything yet!" he added. Trump's tweet is in line with what is often reported on conservative-leaning networks like Fox News, and what gets promoted by the likes of White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway.