Donald Trump has kicked off the start of presidency with controversy, and it only seems as if that theme will continue. As he has in the past, the new president is once again going after the media, while defending his controversial policies in a wild multiple-tweet rant on Twitter.

Trumps Twitter trouble

Over the last 48 hours, Donald Trump has been forced to deal with heavy backlash over his executive order that banned Muslim refugees from entering the United States. Protests quickly broke out, most notably at Kennedy International Airport in New York after reporters of multiple Muslim detainees being held inside.

Two detainees contacted the ACLU to help file a lawsuit against the Trump administration, leading to a federal judge to issue a temporary "stay" on the issue at hand. In addition, Trump's war with The New York Times has only escalated, which was seen on his offical Twitter account on January 29.

"Somebody with aptitude and conviction should buy the FAKE NEWS and failing @nytimes and either run it correctly or let it fold with dignity!," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Sunday morning, as he continued his attack on The New York Times.

Trump's bitter battle with the newspaper has been an issue for sometime, as the current President of the United States is calling for the news outlet to be shut down.

In a follow-up message on Twitter, Donald Trump responded to the opposition to his recent executive orders on immigration, citing the ongoing trouble in Europe in relation to the mass migration of refugees into several countries.

"Our country needs strong borders and extreme vetting, NOW," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Look what is happening all over Europe and, indeed, the world - a horrible mess!" The recent actions taken by the former host of "The Apprentice" has only highlighted the wide political divide in the country, and it doesn't look like it will change anytime soon.

Moving forward

Donald Trump shocked the world with his election win over Hillary Clinton, but many people were still doubting whether or not he would follow through with his many campaign promises. After only a week in office, it appears that Trump's critics are having their worst nightmares come true, and it's only the beginning.