Heading into Election Day, there were many unanswered questions in regards to what would happen on an international level if Donald Trump was somehow elected president. With Trump now in the White House, it appears that many close allies are not pleased with his recent decisions.

Trump blows up

It's been less than two weeks, but Donald Trump is already causing problems for the United States with some of the country's closest allies. While it was expected that Trump would cause tension to rise with the Middle East and other enemies like China, it's the way he has handled his relationship with longtime friends of the United States that is causing panic.

As reported by The Hill on February 1, Trump got into a heated exchange during a phone call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and later voiced his displeasure on his Twitter account.

Speaking to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday night, Donald Trump reportedly said, "This was the worst call by far." Trump's conversation with the Australian prime minister was one of many that he had with other world leaders during the day, including Germany's Angela Merkel, Japan's Shinzo Abe, France's Francois Hollande, and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

The problem started when Turnbull inquired about whether or not the United States was still going to accept 1,2500 refugees that were currently in Australia, but who were planning to come to the U.S.

per a deal signed by former President Barack Obama. Donald Trump allegedly lashed out, calling it "the worst deal ever," while accusing Australia of trying ship over the "next Boston bomber" to the United States. According to reports, Trump ended up hanging up the phone on Turnbull.

Trump on Twitter

Not long after the news broke about the phone call, Donald Trump took to his number one form of communication to voice his anger.

In a post on Twitter, the former host of "The Apprentice expressed his frustration, stating, "Do you believe it? The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia." Not stopping there, Trump rhetorically asked "Why?," before vowing, "I will study this dumb deal!" As of press time, the White House has not released an offical statement on the matter.