Greta Thunberg has taken a cheeky swipe at Donald Trump as America continues to wait to see the outcome of the US Election.
The President has been voicing his outrage at the way the ballot counting is playing out and has even announced he plans to launch a legal challenge for every state won by Joe Biden.
He's issued several tweets that include 'Stop the Fraud' and 'Stop the Vote', however Twitter has hidden one of them for potential misinformation.
The other tweet has been retweeted by the Swedish climate activist, who added in a little joke at Trump's expense.
"So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!" she wrote.
The tweet has been liked by more than half a million people and has been retweeted more than 100,000 times.
If that phrase that Greta wrote sounded familiar then you wouldn't be alone. The message was actually written by Donald Trump last year and was written about Greta Thunberg.
In response to the teenager being TIME Magazine's Person of the Year in 2019, the US President thought she wasn't deserving of the incredible moment.
The Commander in Chief thought she should 'chill out' and work out her 'anger management problem' instead of leading a global movement to raise awareness about the issue of climate change.
Trump and Thunberg have traded barbs back and forth over the past few months, so this latest development isn't anything new.
When Greta made her iconic, passionate and viral speech at the United Nations, Donald Trump quote tweeted an article, saying: "She seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see!"
In response, Greta changed her Twitter bio to that exact statement in an apparent dig at Trump's attempt to undermine her.
The two came head-to-head last year in New York for the UN Climate Action Summit - with the teenager seen glowering at the president as he walked past, before he addressed the media. It didn't appear that Trump saw her death stares but media organisations around the world picked up on it.
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