In recent days, President Donald Trump has increased his use of social media to express his frustration with the current status of the administration. As his "Muslim ban" executive order hangs in the balance of the legal system, the commander in chief went back to Twitter to give his thoughts on a variety of topics.

Trump on Twitter

Just days after Donald Trump was sworn into office, he quickly began signing off on several executive orders. The most controversial to date has been the aforementioned "Muslim ban" which restricts travel to and from seven different countries in the Middle East, while banning refugees from Syria.

Since then, a federal judge blocked the order, which was quickly appealed by the White House and is now hung up in the court system. In a separate topic, First Daughter Ivanka Trump is dealing with the backlash to her father, as her business ties to Nordstrom have severed. As seen on his Twitter account on February 8, Trump is not happy.

"If the U.S. does not win this case as it so obviously should, we can never have the security and safety to which we are entitled," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Wednesday morning, before adding, "Politics!" In a follow-up tweet, Trump noted, "I will be speaking at 9:00 A.M.

today to Police Chiefs and Sheriffs and will be discussing the horrible, dangerous and wrong decision."

An hour after sending out the tweet, Trump appeared with law enforcement officials and continued to double down on his attack on the court system.

"I don’t ever want to call a court biased, so I won’t call it biased," he said, while noting, "But the courts seem to be so political."

(Trump's comments to law enforcement on his travel ban are in the above video.)

Trump on Ivanka

Over the weekend, department store Nordstrom announced that they would be dropping Ivanka Trump's clothing line, citing poor sales "based on performance." Donald Trump wasn't pleased by this, and once again took to Twitter to give his thoughts.

"My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly by @Nordstrom," the former host of "The Apprentice" tweeted, before adding, "She is a great person -- always pushing me to do the right thing! Terrible!"

Unlike his previous tweets attacking a public company, Nordstorm wasn't impacted by the president's criticism. While their stock saw a slight drop following the tweet, it fully recovered within minutes and is sitting at just under $43 a share as of press time.