Donald Trump has had a difficult time keeping members of his administration on the same page. As backlash continues to pile on the president, Trump is on the verge of making a major change.

Trump shake-up

As Donald Trump picked up steam during the 2016 presidential election, it became clear that he was a force to be reckon with. Following his nomination at the Republican National Convention last summer, Trump was forced to make one of his first big changes to his campaign. Paul Manafort was removed as campaign manager when his financial ties to Russia were made public, with Trump replacing him with Kellyanne Conway.

Along with Conway, Trump also added former Breitbart News CEO Steve Bannon to join the team. In the months that followed, Trump was dealt with non-stop controversy regarding various issues, but was able to weather the storm and defeat Hillary Clinton last November. However, since his election win and inauguration, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been dealing with increased in-fighting within his own administration. Bannon's feud with Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner has been well-documented, while other names like White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Conway have found themselves in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. As reported by The Hill on May 14, the president appears ready to make a drastic movie.

According to The Hill on Sunday, citing a report from Axios, Donald Trump is "angry" and fed up with the current state of his presidency. "He's frustrated, and angry at everyone," one White House source confirmed, while noting, "he advice he's getting is to go big, that he has nothing to lose."

The New York Times also reported that six officials in the White House have noted that Donald Trump is looking to give Sean Spicer the boot, which doubles down on earlier reporting.

In addition to Spicer, Trump is reportedly considering firing long-time adviser Steve Bannon as Chief Strategist, as well as Reince Priebus as Chief of Staff. Bannon has been on the hot seat over the last two months, with Trump appearing to take the side of Jared Kushner in regards to their feud.

Moving forward

While it's unknown what move Donald Trump will make, all signs point to the billionaire real estate mogul losing his patience with his current team. With an approval rating that is hovering around just 40 percent, Trump seems like he needs to make a change before his standing with the American people gets even worse.