President Donald Trump on Tuesday extended his Twitter beef with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, knocking his leadership of the state and the outmigration of people.

Cuomo, in turn, called the tweets part of a “tantrum.”

The tweets from the president, which began on Monday, appear centered around Attorney General Letitia James’s office conducting investigations into Trump’s finances, including his effort to buy the Buffalo Bills.

Today’s focus: James’s investigation of the National Rifle Association’s financial picture and the turmoil surrounding the gun rights group’s leadership.

“People are fleeing New York like never before. If they own a business, they are twice as likely to flee,” Trump wrote. “And if they are a victim of harassment by the A.G. of the state, like what they are doing to our great NRA, which I think will move quickly to Texas, where they are loved…..”

He added in a follow-up tweet: “Texas will defend them & indemnify them against political harassment by New York State and Governor Cuomo. So many people are leaving New York for Texas and Florida that it is totally under siege. First New York taxes you too high, then they sue you, just to complete the job.”

Cuomo in a statement pointed to the federal tax overhaul of 2017 capping state and local tax deductions at $10,000 — a move seen as harmful to high-tax blue states like New York.

“President Trump is in la la land. If he is worried about law enforcement, he shouldn’t break the law. If he is worried about New York taxes, he should repeal the New York tax penalty called SALT that he and Republicans passed, which targeted New York and raised our taxes by $15 billion,” Cuomo said.

“I lowered taxes in New York. Trump raised them. Try the truth for a change, Mr. President.”