President Donald Trump has only been in office for three weeks, but he is apparently growing tired of his job as commander in chief. In a shocking new interview, White House sources reveal behind the scenes details about the troubling state of the new administration.

Trump trouble

When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, not many people took him too seriously. As time went on, Trump built momentum and was able to pull off the upset and become the Republican nominee. Despite this, he was considered long-shot to defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the general election, with most polls showing the former Secretary of State with a solid advantage.

However, Trump defied the odds and won on Election Day, and vowed to be a "great president." Fast forward to present day, and the party appears to be over. As reported by Politico on February 10, Trump is not happy about being president.

In an interview with close to 20 people who have been working with Donald Trump in the White House over the last month, Politico reports that the former host of "The Apprentice" is having a difficult time adjusting to his role as the leader of the free world. According to the report, the president's "mood has careened between surprise and anger" and is struggling as he deals with the "predictable realities of governing."

Donald Trump is reportedly irate that leaks have sprung from the White House, exposing the controversial nature of his phone calls with world leaders, including when he hung up the phone on the Prime Minister of Australia just last week.

Trump has allegedly become so paranoid that the administration has now opened an investigation into the leaks, in an attempt to find the source. When it comes to getting his friends appointed to jobs at the White House, Trump has allegedly become increasingly frustrated. "He doesn’t like this sh*t," one source said while speaking to Politico.

Silver lining

However, not all is bad for the billionaire real estate mogul. As pointed out by Politico, Donald Trump is having fun showing guests around the Oval Office, where he enjoys watching cable news to see how his surrogates and staff come across to the public. While it's unknown what the future will hold for the Trump administration, the adjustment period is not going as smooth as many had hoped.