Donald Trump might be the President of the United States, but he can't seem to stay off of social media. In a series of Friday morning Twitter rants, Trump went after a variety of issues.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump first kicked off his campaign for president, he was able to use social media to connect with potential voters. As time went on, Twitter became Trump's number one form of communication, which he's relied on heavily as he continues his feud with the news media. Trump also uses Twitter to rip into his political opponents, Hollywood celebrities, or to just vent about the issues of the day.

As seen in various tweets on February 3, the new commander in chief has a lot on his mind.

"Yes, Arnold Schwarzenegger did a really bad job as Governor of California and even worse on the Apprentice...but at least he tried hard!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Friday morning, as he continues his ongoing feud with the new host of "The Celebrity Apprentice." In a follow-up tweet, Trump then went after President Obama and Iran, attempting to kill two birds with one stone. "Iran is playing with fire - they don't appreciate how 'kind' President Obama was to them," Trump wrote, while noting, "Not me!"

"Thank you to Prime Minister of Australia for telling the truth about our very civil conversation that FAKE NEWS media lied about.

Very nice!," Donald Trump then posted on his Twitter feed. The message in question was in relation to earlier reports that Trump got into a heated phone conversation with the prime minister of Australia over the refugee program, where the new president allegedly hung up the phone on the foreign leader.

Trump brags

In yet another post on Twitter, Donald Trump took time to gloat over a recent meeting with top business leaders, where he promised to improve the job market and health care system in the United States.

"Meeting with biggest business leaders this morning. Good jobs are coming back to U.S., health care and tax bills are being crafted NOW!," Trump wrote. While the billionaire real estate mogul continues to deal with backlash against him over his recent executive orders and policy proposals, he doesn't appear willing to change his style anytime soon.