Ever since winning the election last November, Donald Trump has only increased his use of social media. In recent days, Trump's Twitter feed has been on fire as the new president has had a lot on his mind.

Trump on Twitter

Donald Trump is not shy about using social media to vent and express his anger. As he continues to feud with the news media, Trump has often bypassed speaking to the press, while using Twitter to get his message across. After sending out eight tweets on Friday, the billionaire real estate mogul was back on the social media platform the following morning.

As seen on his Twitter account on February 4, Trump is now focusing on his "Muslim ban" and the recent reporting of The New York Times.

"When a country is no longer able to say who can, and who cannot , come in & out, especially for reasons of safety &.security - big trouble!" Donald Trump wrote on his Twitter account early Saturday morning. In a follow up tweet, Trump continued to defend his recent "Muslim ban" executive order. "Interesting that certain Middle-Eastern countries agree with the ban," Trump tweeted, while noting, "They know if certain people are allowed in it's death & destruction!" Trump's message is in reference to Kuwait enacting a similar ban on five countries in the Middle East, restricting travel to their country.

"The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!" Donald Trump went on to post on Twitter.

The president's remarks are in response to the news that broke late Friday night, that a federal judge ordered an immediate suspension of the "Muslim ban," effective immediately.

Trump on the media

Moving past the "Muslim ban," Donald Trump then decided to focus on his grudge with the mainstream media, once again going after The New York Times.

"After being forced to apologize for its bad and inaccurate coverage of me after winning the election, the FAKE NEWS @nytimes is still lost!" the former host of "The Apprentice" tweeted out.

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While Donald Trump was able to win the election and be sworn into office, he's currently sitting with one of the lowest approval ratings to start off an administration. According to recent polls, Trump has a favorable rating of under 40 percent, and one of the most controversial election winners kicks off his time in the White House.