President Trump on Thursday slammed the media for criticizing the "different" speeches he delivered week, and defended his remarks by saying Democrats don't have anyone who can "change tones" the way he can.

"The Fake News is now complaining about my different types of back to back speeches. Well, their was Afghanistan (somber), the big Rally (enthusiastic, dynamic and fun) and the American Legion - V.A. (respectful and strong).To bad the Dems have no one who can change tones!" Trump tweeted Thursday.

Trump would later delete the tweets with misspellings and typos and repost them.

During a speech at Fort Myer in Arlington, Va., on Monday, the president rolled out a new strategy on Afghanistan and said the Pentagon would be sending additional troops to the country. The president's speech won praise from Republicans in the House and the Senate, and some said the new policy was a step in the right direction.

But many in the press criticized Trump for making different remarks about the violence in Charlottesville, Va., and how he used the rally in Phoenix to talk at length about how the media was warping his various comments about that incident. Several reporters noted that Trump re-read his initial statements to exclude his comment that there was bad behavior on "many sides," and said his rally remarks seemed to undercut his earlier message condemning white nationalists.

Trump also used his rally to criticize Arizona's two Republican senators, John McCain and Jeff Flake, though not by name.

Some political analysts and congressional Democrats said Trump's speech in Phoenix was a significant departure from his address on Afghanistan and even questioned the president's mental stability in the wake of the rally in Arizona.