In the month that he's been in the White House, President Donald Trump has only increased his use of social media to get his message across to the American people. With his latest set of grievances, Trump has set his sights on the FBI.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he found that using social media was going to be a major way to connect with potential voters. As his relationship with the mainstream news media continues to deteriorate, the former host of "The Apprentice" has utilized Twitter at an increased rate.

Whether it's to push a policy agenda, criticize a celebrity, or attack political opponents, the president is not shy about using social media to its fullest. As seen on his Twitter feed on February 24, Trump is now going after the FBI.

"The FBI is totally unable to stop the national security 'leakers' that have permeated our government for a long time," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Friday morning. "They can't even find the leakers within the FBI itself," Trump continued. In a follow-up message on Twitter, the billionaire real estate mogul continued to lash out at the FBI.

"Classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on U.S." Trump tweeted, before demanding, "FIND NOW."

Over the last month, information has slowly leaked out of the White House, much to the chagrin of Donald Trump.

The most damaging of all the information that has been released has been in reference to retired Gen. Michael Flynn who was forced to resign as National Security Adviser after reports exposed his alleged illegal contact with Russian officials. Trump has continued to speak out about the aforementioned leaks, which he considers one of his main problems as president, along with his ongoing war of words with the press.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump has only been president for just over 30 days, he's already creating controversy and receiving massive backlash. As protests against the administration take place on an almost daily basis, Trump has remained defiant and doesn't look to be backing down from his agenda anytime soon.