President Donald Trump was sworn into office just over two weeks ago, but some of his cabinet nominees have yet to be confirmed in the Senate. While Trump waits to have his cabinet complete, he's lashing out at Democrats for holding up the process.

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Following the election of Donald Trump last November, the focus quickly shifted onto who he would surround himself with once he made it to the White House. As Trump released his cabinet selections, critics quickly fired back, as many accused the nominees of not being properly qualified to hold the positions.

While some, like Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have been confirmed, others, like Steve Mnuchin for Department of Treasury, are still awaiting a floor vote or a hearing. Republican donor Betsy DeVos was finally confirmed on Tuesday in one of the closest votes in history, and is now the new Secretary of Education. In response, the commander in chief has voiced his frustration, which was seen on his Twitter feed on February 7.

"It is a disgrace that my full Cabinet is still not in place, the longest such delay in the history of our country," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday night, before adding, "Obstruction by Democrats!" Trump's outrage doesn't come without merit, as his cabinet has been the most contested in history.

According to a report by Nate Silver from FiveThiryEight, no cabinet nominees have received the record amount of backlash that the former host of "The Apprentice" is currently dealing with, as only seven of his picks have been confirmed.

Betsy DeVos confirmation was historic as it went to a 50-50 split, with two Republicans, Sen.

Susan Collins and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, breaking from the party and opposing the new Education Secretary. Due to tie-breaking rules, Vice President Mike Pence was forced to be the deciding vote, and as expected, pushed DeVos over to the side of confirmation.

Still waiting

Waiting in the wings are Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, Tom Price for the Department of Health and Human Services, as well as Ben Carson to run the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In addition, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is waiting for his floor vote to become the head of the Department of Energy, while fast food CEO Andrew Puzder is still waiting for a hearing to lead the Department of Labor. Other spots, such as the Department of the Interior, and Department of Commerce, are also currently vacant as Donald Trump continues to express his anger at Senate Democrats.