Donald Trump has only been president for a little over a week, but he's not happy that his cabinet nominations are not being confirmed in the Senate. As democrats continue to block the nominations, Trump is speaking out.

Trump on Democrats

After Donald Trump shocked the world with his upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, he started to put together a controversial cabinet that quickly came under fire from his critics. Names like Jeff Sessions and Betsy DeVos caused critics to cringe at what the cabinet could look like, as news outlets reported that it would be the most wealthy administration in recent history.

Democrats acknowledged the backlash against the Trump administration, and have done their best to delay confirmation in the Senate. As seen on his offical Twitter account on January 31, the new president is hitting back at the Democrats for continuing their protest.

"Nancy Pelosi and Fake Tears Chuck Schumer held a rally at the steps of The Supreme Court and mic did not work (a mess)-just like Dem party!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Tuesday morning. Trump's comments about Schumer are in reference to the senator's recent press conference opposing the controversial "Muslim ban" executive order where he got emotional over the issue.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then went after the Democratic Party for their delay in the Senate. "When will the Democrats give us our Attorney General and rest of Cabinet!

They should be ashamed of themselves!" the commander in chief tweeted, before adding, "No wonder D.C. doesn't work!" Trump's comments come just one day after his decision to fire acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to enforce the aforementioned "Muslim ban." Yates, who was appointed by former President Obama, was accused by Trump of "betraying" the Department of Justice, who is pushing to have Jeff Sessions confirmed and put into the position.

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With the friction between Donald Trump and the Democrats only getting worse by the day, it doesn't appear that either side is willing to concede or give an inch. As the backlash against the billionare real estate mogul continues, the future of Trump's presidency continues to remain a mystery.