With Christmas just days away, Donald Trump signed a short-term bill into law that will keep the government funded over the next month, while also making his Tax Bill offical. As expected, the president was upset that the media hasn't been giving him enough credit.

Trump's bill

It's routine for Democrats and Republicans to clash over policy as both parties tend to do so on a daily basis. For the eight years that Barack Obama was in office, partisan gridlock reached a new low, as Republicans filibustered the president at record levels. Since the election of Donald Trump last November, Washington as been turned on its head, with the former host of "The Apprentice" even calling out members of his own party on social media who dare criticize him.

Despite this, Trump and the Republican Party were able to get on the same page and pass their controversial tax bill before the GOP and Democrats came to an agreement on a short-term spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. As reported by The Hill on December 22, Trump quickly signed that bill into law, as well as his tax bill, before heading off to his Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida for the holidays.

Putting pen to paper in the Oval Office on Friday morning, Donald Trump officially signed his tax bill into law, as well as the bill funding the government over the next month.

In addition, the president signed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act extension which was set to lapse in just a month.

Just prior to signing the aforementioned bills, Donald Trump lashed out on Twitter over the media not giving him enough credit for his alleged accomplishments, which has been a continuing theme since he decided to run for president during the summer of 2015.

"With all my Administration has done on Legislative Approvals (broke Harry Truman’s Record), Regulation Cutting, Judicial Appointments," Trump tweeted out, while adding other aspects of his first year in office. "I am sure great credit will be given by mainstream news? he wondered with sarcasm. Trump's feud with the media has only increased as the press puts pressure on the commander in chief to stay factual despite the best efforts of the White House to deflect and push their agenda.

Next up

As Donald Trump heads to his Florida resort to celebrate Christmas and New Year's, only time will tell what he returns to after the holidays. With the Russian investigation moving forward, the president is seeing massive backlash from the American people as the latest CNN poll shows his approval rating dropping below 35 percent.