The hottest political topic in the United States is over President Donald Trump and his executive order that has since been labeled a "Muslim ban." As the order in question is currently being debated in the court system, the new president can't seem to stay off of Twitter to voice his opposition.

Trump on "EASY D"

It took only days in the White House, but Donald Trump caused instant controversy, and none more questionable than his executive order to restrict travel to and from seven Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East. Backlash quickly followed, which resulted in massive protests breaking out at airports across the country.

A temporary stay was then ordered, which followed a block on the ban by a federal judge. The administration appealed the judge's decision, and now the "Muslim ban" will be left in the hands of the court system. After taking to social media to voice his frustration on the issue on Wednesday morning, Trump returned just hours later, as seen on his Twitter feed on February 8.

"Big increase in traffic into our country from certain areas, while our people are far more vulnerable, as we wait for what should be easy d!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.

Instantly, social media users were confused, as they weren't sure who, or what, "Easy D" is or was.

"@realDonaldTrump Easy D! That's my nickname for you!" Vice writer Jules Suzdaltsev tweeted in response. "EASY D, is that your new hip hop name?!" actor and comic writer Tommy Campbell wondered.

"DONALD WHAT IN THE LORD'S NAME IS "EASY D?"" TV writer Bess Kalb asked. In a follow-up tweet, Kalb suggested, "Honey, you just have so much on your plate, and I think it makes sense to have somebody read over your tweets for you." Washington Times reporter Andrew Blake gave his thoughts, noting, " Always waiting for that EASY D." Social media users continued to pile on, wondering, many with humor and memes, about just what "Easy D" is.

Trump on Twitter

Days after pulling off the upset and defeating Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump sat down for an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes" and said he would become "very restrained" on Twitter once he became president. Despite this, Trump appears to have had a change of heart, and has only increased his presence on social media since Inauguration Day.