Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Quesada is not the one who would mince words when it comes to President Donald Trump.

Both Trump and Fox Quesada take to Twitter to assail foes and tackle trolls. The former Mexican President often criticizes Trump and responds to the president's tweets and his statements in his interviews.

As Hollywood remains shaken by the allegations of sexual assault against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, accusations of sexual misconduct by the president have also resurfaced. 

In the latest incident, BuzzFeed reported that Summer Zervos, who alleged that Trump kissed and groped her during a 2007 business meeting at the Beverly Hills Hotel bungalow, had subpoenaed the president’s campaign for all documents related to any woman alleging that Trump touched her inappropriately.

The former reality star, Zervos, was a contestant on season five of Trump's show "The Apprentice." Trump’s lawyer is supposed to file response to the motion by Oct. 31. However, the president has strongly denied all these allegations.

It has been a year since the Access Hollywood Tape surfaced, in which Trump bragged about grabbing women “by the pu**y.” In this context, Fox Quesada slammed trump on Twitter on Tuesday telling him "there's nothing to grab except your lawyers." 

Fox Quesada has been trolling Donald Trump on Twitter every now and then. He left no stone unturned on Monday to set a Twitter war against Trump over his "fake news" rant. 

In his tweet on Oct. 19, Fox Quesada praised former U.S. president George W. Bush who talked about the divisive state of America. He called Trump a destroyer.

In a series of tweets last week, the former Mexican President lashed out at Trump over his links with Russia, the immigration policies brought by POTUS, and his travel ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries – Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and Chad. The ban also limits travel from North Korea and Venezuela. 

He also mocked the president and said that Trump’s presidency has been a failure since June 2015. He tweeted that Trump was a leader with no followers.

Trump had earlier threatened to withdraw from North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with U.S., Canada, and Mexico, which benefits the automakers having production and supply chains across the three countries. In this regard, Fox questioned Trump on the microblogging site. 

Fox Quesada, 75, has served as president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006. He also launched a mock 2020 presidential campaign against the sitting U.S. president. In a series of anti-Trump tweets and videos, he has been addressing myriad issues affecting the American people.