For the better part of the last two years, Donald Trump has used Twitter as his number one form of communication. While Trump has been successful in getting his message across on social media, it's also resulted in his critics following in his footsteps.

King on Trump

When Donald Trump decided that he was going to officially throw his name into the hat to run for president, not many people gave him a chance at success. The former host of "The Apprentice" was viewed as a joke candidate at first, but suddenly gained momentum that he carried to the Republican nomination, and later a general election victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

During that time, it was made clear that Trump and Hollywood would not see eye to eye, with most celebrities holding left-leaning political views. In response, Trump would often find himself lashing out on social media at those who criticize him, most notably former California governor and movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as Alec Baldwin and the cast of "Saturday Night Live." In return, some Hollywood stars have fired back at the president, with horror author Stephen King making it a part of his routine. As seen on his Twitter account on May 3, King decided to voice his frustrations.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday night was Stephen King and the critically acclaimed author didn't hold back his thoughts about Donald Trump.

"Trump's tweets in his first hundred days draw a pretty clear portrait: he's an almost textbook case of narcissistic personality disorder," King tweeted out.

"That this guy has his finger on the nuclear trigger is worse than any Horror Story I ever wrote," Stephen King went on to write.

Not stopping there, King expanded his criticism to the entire Republican Party, this time focusing on their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. "If the Republicans vote away health care for their big biz big daddies, remember next November," he added.

Moving forward

While people like Stephen King and other high-profiled names use their popularity and social media following to hold the president's feet to the fire, Donald Trump doesn't appear willing to change his tune anytime soon.

In the latest round of polls, the commander in chief is sitting on one of the lowest approval ratings to start a presidency in recent history, with only 40 percent of Americans viewing Trump in a favorable light.