Huntsman, a former U.S. ambassador to China, Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN's Anderson Cooper: Trump's Fox interview 'like listening to the rantings of Richard Nixon' Pompeo arrives in Brussels for first overseas trip as secretary of State Feds seized over a dozen phones in Cohen raids MORE tweeted another entry in his ongoing campaign against Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman on Tuesday, in time for New Hampshire’s ongoing primary vote. He tweeted “New Hampshire has a major decision to make today. Hopefully we won't have to hear any more Mandarin spoken in future debates.” http:" href="http://Donald%20Trump%20tweeted%20another%20entry%20in%20his%20ongoing%20campaign%20against%20Republican%20presidential%20candidate%20Jon%20Huntsman%20on%20Tuesday,%20in%20time%20for%20New%20Hampshire%E2%80%99s%20ongoing%20primary%20vote.%20%20He%20tweeted%20%E2%80%9CNew%20Hampshire%20has%20a%20major%20decision%20to%20make%20today.%20Hopefully%20we%20won%27t%20have%20to%20hear%20any%20more%20Mandarin%20spoken%20in%20future%20debates.%E2%80%9D%20http:">demonstrated his Mandarin skills over the weekend in a GOP debate. It took place in New Hampshire, where Huntsman has campaigned almost exclusively over the past month, betting big on his chances there to stay in the race.

Trump has sparred with Huntsman in the past. Huntsman has dismissed Trump’s influence over the GOP race, and Trump declared Huntsman has “zero chance of getting the nomination.”