Donald Trump has once again used social media to vent his frustrations with the current state of American politics. In his latest rantings on Twitter, the president targeted the mainstream media and the Democratic Party.

Trump on Twitter

Over the last nine months that he's been in the White House, Donald Trump has struggled to follow through with his many campaign promises. From the day he pulled off his shocking upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, the former host of "The Apprentice" has only increased his feud with the media, routinely bashing any reports he doesn't agree with as "Fake News." Trump has gone out of his way to single out certain news outlets, whether they're cable and TV networks like CNN and NBC News, or newspapers like the New York Times and Washington Post.

In addition, the billionaire real estate mogul has not taken personal responsibilities for his administration's short-comings, instead deflecting blame to the Democrats or other Republicans. As seen on his Twitter account on October 17, Trump is back playing the blame game.

Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday night, Donald Trump decided to take out his frustrations on two of his favorite political enemies. "So much Fake News being put in dying magazines and newspapers. Only place worse may be @NBCNews, @CBSNews, @ABC and @CNN," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Fiction writers!" Trump's latest media rants have been directed at NBC News after the outlet reported that the president was planning to increase the United States' nuclear arsenal, which the White House was quick to deny.

Democratic attack

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then shifted his attention to the current debate over the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) where his attempt to repeal the law has failed multiple times in Congress. Earlier this week, it was announced that Trump would take several controversial executive orders to rollback the law, which caused many to worry about a spike in premiums.

"Any increase in Obamacare premiums is the fault of the Democrats for giving us a 'product' that never had a chance of working," Donald Trump tweeted out.

As he has in the past, the president doesn't appear willing to take any blame for the negative repercussions of his decisions. Despite claiming to have the majority of the American people by his side in support of his administration, recent polling shows the president with an approval rating around just 35 percent.