Trump was on Twitter on Monday morning, and he had the White House on edge.
The president, a man known for his hyper-focused focus on news, was tweeting out an array of stories, including one in which he announced the arrival of a new special operations team to help him confront ISIS.
The military’s first military officer was named for Trump, a move that drew praise from both Democrats and Republicans alike.
Trump was praised for his boldness and boldness of thought.
“I love that this will be a very effective military presence to take on ISIS,” he said, using an acronym for the terror group.
“I think it’s going to be very effective.”
“This is going to allow us to go to the front lines in Syria and Iraq and in Afghanistan and to get rid of ISIS and bring them to heel,” he added.
“That’s going be a huge military success.”
The announcement drew swift criticism from Republicans.
“The Trump administration is sending mixed signals about the United States military’s ability to take decisive action in the face of a resurgent ISIS, which has threatened the region, and is intent on committing atrocities against civilians in the region,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said in a statement.
“This is a bad message for the United, a bad military plan, and a bad strategy.”
Others took to Twitter to express their disappointment in Trump for his tweets.
“You know what, Mr. President?
You’re a disgrace.
What’s wrong with you?
You’ve been saying it for months now, you’re a liar, you have no clue what you’re talking about,” tweeted Rep. Scott Garrett, R of New Jersey.