A Special Election was held in Georgia on Tuesday night to fill the vacant congressional seat left empty by the departure of former Rep. tom price. After the results were announced, Donald Trump decided to chime in on social media.

Trump's Twitter war

When Donald Trump shocked the world by defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November to become the 45th President of the United States, it was only a matter of time before he started deciding who he would surround himself with in the White House. After the former host of "The Apprentice" decided on George Rep.

Tom Price to serve as the head of Health and Human Services, it left a void in the House of Representatives. On Tuesday night, an election was held to see who would fill the empty spot. With a total of 18 candidates running, top Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff was able to finish in the lead, though he fell just short of the 50 percent threshold needed to avoid a runoff. By not finishing with 50 percent support, Ossoff will now face the second place winner, Republican Karen Handel on June 20 in the runoff election. Leading up to the election, Trump used his Twitter following to bash the Democrat in the race, and decided to take credit for the results after they were announced. As seen on his Twitter account on April 19, the president was not done gloating.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump once again hit back at the Georgia special election, while sending a message to Hollywood in the process.

"Dems failed in Kansas and are now failing in Georgia. Great job Karen Handel!" Trump tweeted, before adding, "It is now Hollywood vs. Georgia on June 20th." Trump's feud with Hollywood stars has been well-documented, as he's openly clashed with the likes of Alec Baldwin, Meryl Streep, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Twitter reaction

In response to his message on Twitter, social media users quickly pushed back at Donald Trump for his remarks. "And you're failing to live up to your campaign promises, except more savage and criminal prosecution of ongoing wars," author Joe Papp wrote.

"He got 48% of the vote...twice as much as Handel," verified Twitter user Tony Posnanski‏ pointed out.

"Hollywood vs. Georgia or Trump vs. Georgia?" another Twitter user added, while attaching a picture of the president's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The negative reaction to Trump's tweet continued to pour in, as the political divide among the American people widens.