Arnold Schwarzenegger ripped President Donald Trump's new 37-percent approval rating low Tuesday morning on Twitter. Reuters

Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared to reignite his ongoing social media feud with President Donald Trump when he blasted his latest approval ratings on Twitter Tuesday morning, The Hill reported.

The action movie star and now ex-host of “The Celebrity Apprentice” called out Trump’s 37 percent approval rating that Gallup released Saturday. It was by far the lowest of Trump’s early presidency and one percentage point lower than his previous low back on Feb. 16.

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Schwarzenegger also popped off at Trump’s proposed budget, an issue that’s torn up much of Washington over the Republican’s plan to slash many social programs in order to increase military spending.

"Oh, Donald — the ratings are in, and you got swamped," Schwarzenegger said in the 40-second long clip. "Wow. Now you're in the thirties?"

Schwarzenegger continued: "But what do you expect? I mean, when you take away after-school programs for children and Meals on Wheels for the poor people, that's not what you call 'making America great again'. Come on!"

As of early Tuesday morning, Trump had yet to respond to the former governor of California in what’s become a growing row between the politicians.

Trump, both before and after he took the Oath of Office in January, had repeatedly chided Schwarzenegger for the poor ratings during his brief time on “Apprentice.” When it was learned that Schwarzenegger was leaving the show, or possibly fired, Trump did not mince words.

“Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't voluntarily leaving the Apprentice, he was fired by his bad (pathetic) ratings, not by me. Sad end to great show,” Trump posted on Twitter March 4, right after the season wrapped up and Schwarzenegger issued a statement that seemed to take aim at the president.

While the show averaged only 4.9 million viewers, “The Terminator” star credited the show’s cast and crew, but said he desired a project with no “baggage.”

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“I loved every second of working with NBC and Mark Burnett. Everyone — from the celebrities to the crew to the marketing department — was a straight 10, and I would absolutely work with all of them again on a show that doesn’t have this baggage,” the statement read.