A senior aide to President Donald Trump referred to California as “occupied territory” in a tweet to announce the arrival of Trump for a campaign fundraiser in the Golden State.

Joe Grogan, who serves as director of the Domestic Policy Council in the Trump administration, sent out this tweet shortly after Air Force One touched down in California:

CNN notes that Grogan’s tweet is just the latest in a long-running feud the administration has been stoking since Trump took office:

“The President has bashed the state before for its immigration and environmental policies. He lost the state to his 2016 Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by a wide margin, for which he blames the loss on unfounded claims of illegal voting.

“He’s also waged a battle against the state’s lawmakers. Two of them — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff — led the push to impeach him.”

It didn’t take long before a torrent of responses to Grogan began appearing on social media. Take a look:

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