While Donald Trump has made many enemies ever since he announced his campaign for president back in June 2015, there were some people who didn't really like him much before that. Going back over a decade, Trump had a well-publicized feud with Rosie O'Donnell and it appears the war of words is far from over.

Rosie on Trump

The feud between Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell started back in 2006 after the actress was critical of the new president for not firing Miss USA Tara Conner after it was revealed that she had serious drug and alcohol problems.

The two would go back and forth in the media for sometime, leading to a mock pro wrestling match on WWE programming with impostures playing the parts. The feud was reignited during the first Republican primary debate when Trump name-dropped O'Donnell when asked if he had ever called a woman a "fat pig." O'Donnell then came under fire following the election for questioning whether or not Trump's 10-year-old son Barron had autism. O'Donnell as since offered to play the role of Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on "Saturday Night Live," which escalated further in a February 9 Twitter post.

Last Saturday night, Melissa McCarthy played the role of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on "Saturday Night Live." Spicer's part being played by a woman reportedly angered Trump, which gave Rosie O'Donnell the idea to take on the role of Steve Bannon.

During a string of anti-Trump tweets, O'Donnell shared a photoshopped picture of herself as Bannon. The tweet read "exactly," while the image in question was attached.

Feud continues

Rosie O'Donnell continued her tweet-storm against the commander in chief for the rest of the night.

"This ain't no fake reality show dipsh*t," she wrote on Twitter, before using the hashtag "#stopTRUMP."

In a follow-up tweet, the former co-host of "The View" responded to the possibility of her playing the part of Bannon for "Saturday Night Live," as she trolled the idea of the former Breitbart News CEO watching the show with the president. "U know they watch it - cuddled together in short bathrobes in the Lincoln bedroom - eating fast food - tweeting," she noted.