Donald Trump is spending his weekend at one of his private golf clubs, but that hasn't stopped the president for using social media to vent his frustrations. In his latest round of tweets, Trump has put the focus back on his hate for the media, as well as taking another shot at Hillary Clinton.

Trump on Twitter

During his first nine months in the White House, Donald Trump has faced an onslaught of criticism. According to the mainstream media, the Democratic Party, and the majority of the American people, Trump has brought most of that criticism on himself.

From his reckless rhetoric to his questionable policy proposals, the former host of "The Apprentice" has created a new headline on an almost daily bass, which typically reflects poorly on the administration. In recent weeks, Trump has started a feud with the National Football League, offended many people in Puerto Rico over his handling over the hurricane recovery, took part in Republican in-fighting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Sen. Bob Corker, and came under fire for allegedly making a war widow cry for telling her that her husband "knew what he was signing up for." Despite this, Trump decided to lash out on his Twitter account on October 21 and put the focus on the reports that Russia used Facebook ads to influence the 2016 election, as well as the controversial "dossier."

Taking to his Twitter account on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump wasted no time attacking his critics, with his first tweet centered around the so-called "pee tape" dossier which was released earlier this year, claiming that the president took part in sexual acts with Russian prostitutes.

"Officials behind the now discredited 'Dossier' plead the Fifth," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Justice Department and/or FBI should immediately release who paid for it."

Double down

In his next two tweets, Donald Trump then went on to attack the "fake news" media, while accusing Facebook of pro-Hillary Clinton bias.

"Keep hearing about 'tiny' amount of money spent on Facebook ads. What about the billions of dollars of Fake News on CNN, ABC, NBC & CBS?" Trump asked.

"Crooked Hillary Clinton spent hundreds of millions of dollars more on Presidential Election than I did," Donald Trump went on to post.

In conclusion, the commander in chief added, "Facebook was on her side, not mine!" As expected, the president isn't hold back his thoughts, despite various reports and evidence on the subject contradicting his claims.