US President Donald Trump is not happy with Republican Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee. Corker has criticised Trump as leading America into “World War III” and called the White House as “adult day care centre.” Today, Corker is standing by those comments, saying, “I don’t make comments I haven’t thought about.”

Early on in the 2016 Presidential election race, Corker endorsed Trump, but now, when it’s too bloody late, he’s decided that he was wrong all along (like we all knew since the beginning), because of the whole North Korea thing. Corker is, in particular, unhappy that the President “continues to kneecap” and “undermine” Rex Tillerson, the Secretary of State.

Corker urged Trump to “leave it to the professionals for a while.”

Trump has hit back at Corker

Senator Corker has faced retaliation from Trump for his comments. The President said that Corker “couldn’t get elected dog catcher in Tennessee.” Last month, the Senator announced that he would not be running for a third term and will retire from politics when his current term ends next year. But that’s his decision. Trump also accused the Senator of “help[ing] President O give us the bad Iran deal.” Corker wants Trump to stay out of the tax debate, but the President refuses and has stepped in to announce on Twitter that there will be “NO change” to the 401(k) tax break system.