Over the last week, Donald Trump and his administration have been forced to regroup after hitting a major bump in the road. As expected, the President of the United States continued to give his thoughts on Twitter.

Trump on Twitter

In the three weeks that he's been in office, President Donald Trump has made many decisions that have come under fire and resulted in harsh criticism from his political opponents. The two that have received the most backlash have been his "Muslim ban" executive order, as well as his push to start construction on a Southern border wall.

In addition to a federal judge blocking the "Muslim ban" and an appeals courting ruling against him, a new report was also released that found the border wall will cost twice as much as originally projected. As seen on his Twitter account on February 11, the commander in chief isn't happy.

"Our legal system is broken!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Saturday morning, before quoting a Washington Times article, writing, "77% of refugees allowed into U.S. since travel reprieve hail from seven suspect countries." (WT).

Concluding his tweet, the president added in all caps, "SO DANGEROUS!" Despite Trump's claim that refugees are "dangerous," there's been little to no evidence to suggest that they pose a threat to United States security.

The billionare real estate mogul then turned his attention to the border wall, where he pushed back against the report over its projected cost.

"I am reading that the great border WALL will cost more than the government originally thought, but I have not gotten involved in the design or negotiations yet," Trump went on to tweet. In a follow-up Twitter message, the president doubled down on his defense, writing, "When I do, just like with the F-35 FighterJet or the Air Force One Program, price will come WAY DOWN!" According to the report released by Homeland Security, Trump's border wall is projected to cost $21.6 billion, which contradicts the president's recent tweets.

Moving forward

Donald Trump's third week in office was his most difficult, though his critics were pleased and able to breathe a sigh of relief. Though the former host of "The Apprentice" didn't have things go his way in recent days, it's expected that he still won't be willing to back down, as the controversy surrounding his administration continues.