It's no secret that Donald Trump likes to use social media to push his political agenda, and that hasn't changed after three months in office. With a government shutdown a possibility at the end of the week, the president has decided to play the blame game with the democrats.

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Since the start of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump found out that bypassing the mainstream media and using social media to promote his agenda was his best course of action. As his feud with reporters and journalists continues, the former host of "The Apprentice" has gone out of his way to smear the press, labeling any report he doesn't agree with as "fake news." While members of the media are usually one of his top targets, Trump has turned up the heat of his criticism onto the Democratic Party.

In an attempt to shift the blame away from the White House and the Republican Party, Trump is doing whatever it takes to make sure Democrats take the fall for a possible shutdown of the government, while positioning himself as the adult in the room by forcing their hand with a series of critical tweets. As seen on his Twitter account on April 26, Trump went off on another wild round of angry messages.

As part of a morning wave of criticism, Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice his frustration at the Democrats. "What's more important? Rebuilding our military - or bailing out insurance companies?

Ask the Democrats," Trump tweeted out.

"Democrats jeopardizing the safety of our troops to bail out their donors from insurance companies," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, before adding, "It is time to put #AmericaFirst." "Democrats used to support border security, now they want illegals to pour through our borders," he continued in a follow-up tweet.

In his final tweet as of press time, the commander in chief went on to blame the Democratic Party for ruining the family vacations of the American people by closing down National Parks across the country.

"As families prepare for summer vacations in our National Parks - Democrats threaten to close them and shut down the government," he wrote, while noting, "Terrible!"

Moving forward

Whether or not a government shutdown takes place is yet to be seen, but it appears that Donald Trump has already set up the Democratic Party as the fall guy. Despite Trump's rhetoric, the majority of the American people don't view him in a positive light, with his approval ratings hovering around 40 percent in the latest round of polling.