For four days, President Donald Trump avoided taking to his Twitter account to insult any of his political opponents or members of the mainstream media. Despite this, the president returned to social media on Thursday night, and then again early Friday morning.

Trump on Twitter

Once it became clear that Donald Trump was going to become the new President of the United States, all eyes then shifted to who would be surrounding him in the White House. Over the next few weeks, the former host of "The Apprentice" would put together his administration and select his nominees for his cabinet.

As expected, Trump's selections often came under fire from Democrats, who pushed back at many of the nominees and delayed even having a vote in the process. With Trump's cabinet still not fully confirmed, the commander in chief returned to Twitter on March 3 to express his anger.

While the majority of Donald Trump's cabinet have been confirmed, nominee for Labor secretary, Alexander Acosta, is still waiting for a hearing, as is Agriculture secretary nominee Sonny Perdue. In response, the billionaire real estate mogul has been vocal with his frustration over the issue. "It is so pathetic that the Dems have still not approved my full Cabinet," Trump wrote on Twitter earlier Friday morning.

Despite the president's concerns, two more cabinet members were officially confirmed on Thursday night. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry was confirmed to lead the Department of Energy, with retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson now officially the Secretary of the Housing and Urban Development.

Of the two, Perry's nomination received the most push back, as he is known for his infamous moment during a Republican primary debate in 2011 when he attempted to pledge to dismantle the Department of Energy, but forgot the name of the position in question.

Moving forward

Donald Trump's latest tweet comes less than 12 hours after his previous attack against Democrats, where the president blasted his political opposition for allegedly engaging in a "witch hunt" against Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions has recently come under fire after it was revealed that he had at least two previously undisclosed meetings with a Russian offical during the campaign.