After just five months in office, Donald Trump is dealing with non-stop criticism and scandal. In an attempt to deflect away from the trouble facing his administration, Trump is once again lashing out on social media.

Trump on Twitter

Over the last two since, Donald Trump has changed the direction of American politics. With his controversial campaign style and questionable rhetoric, the former host of "The Apprentice" has created a narrative that has never before seen on the political stage. While this has been the case for Trump, it hasn't come without criticism from those who oppose him.

Trump has been dealing with the growing Russian scandal that has plagued his campaign and now administration, engaging in a war of words with the media in the process. Trump has gone on to label any report he doesn't agree with as "Fake News," ripping journalists as "terrible" in return. The latest twist in the Russian scandal as included former FBI Director James Comey who testified in Congress last week. Comey ripped into Trump while under oath, accusing the president of being a liar who "defamed" him and the FBI following his surprising termination last month. These issues, and more, were highlighted by Trump during a multi-tweet rant on June 11.

Taking to Twitter on June 11, Donald Trump didn't hold back his frustrations.

"The Fake News MSM doesn't report the great economic news since Election Day. #DOW up 16%. #NASDAQ up 19.5%. Drilling & energy sector way up," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Regulations way down. 600,000+ new jobs added. Unemployment down to 4.3%. Business and economic enthusiasm way up- record levels!" In a follow-up post on Twitter, the president turned his attention back to James Comey.

"I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible," Trump wrote, while adding, "Totally illegal? Very 'cowardly!'"

In his final tweet as of press time, Donald Trump shifted his focus to the Democratic Party.

"The Democrats have no message, not on economics, not on taxes, not on jobs, not on failing Obamacare. They are only OBSTRUCTIONISTS!" he wrote. Trump's latest round of Twitter messages comes at a time when his approval rating is now below 40 percent, putting even more pressure on the commander in chief to unite the country and right the ship in the White House.

Moving forward

While he continues to voice his anger on Twitter, Donald Trump has many other issues to worry about. The scandal surrounding Russia appears to be growing by the day, while members of his own team are even starting to question his ability to lead.