President Trump slammed Steve Job’s wife, Laurene Powell Jobs, after leaning the Apple founder’s widow donated at least $500k to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.

The drama started on Friday when author Steve Kirk tweeted about Jobs’ donation to the democrat party’s presidential nominee.

“The widow of Steve Jobs—Laurene Powell Jobs donated at least $500,000 to Joe Biden's campaign this year. Do you know who owns a majority stake in The Atlantic? Laurene Powell Jobs,” Kirk wrote.

On Sunday, Trump responded to the tweet and suggested the tech genius would be upset by his wife’s decision.

“Steve Jobs would not be happy that his wife is wasting money he left her on a failing Radical Left Magazine that is run by a con man (Goldberg) and spews FAKE NEWS & HATE. Call her, write to her, let her know how you feel!!!” Trump tweeted.

The Atlantic published a report with anonymous sources claiming that Trump disparaged military members and veterans. Parts of the report were confirmed by various outlets, including Fox News, whose sources were two former senior Trump officials, and the Associated Press, with their source being a senior U.S. Marine Corps officer.

Jobs is a supporter of the Democratic party, The Independent reported. During the  2016 presidential election, she donated $2 million to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and raised an additional $4 million during her fight to win the white house.

Jobs isn’t the first widow the president Trump has had issues with. On Friday, the Daily Beast published an article in which “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” star Fred Rogers’ widow, Joanne, criticized Trump after the president after he hosted a rally in her late husband’s hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

“Fred tried to stay pretty quiet about politics, basically because his program was for children,” she said.

However, now that Rogers has passed away, the widow revealed she feels comfortable sharing her political opinion and admitting that she feels Trump is “a terrible person.”

“I think maybe the fact that Mr. Trump seldom tells the truth,” she explained.

 “If he does, it’s just a fluke, I think. But the fact [is] that I can’t believe anything he says, not even the simplest thing.”

US President Donald Trump has found himself under criticism for his alleged disparaging comments on American war fatalities US President Donald Trump has found himself under criticism for his alleged disparaging comments on American war fatalities Photo: AFP / Brendan Smialowski