As the backlash to Donald Trump's insulting remarks about several foreign nations continues to dominate the headlines, the president is doing is his best to deflect attention to more positive aspects of his current administration.

Trump on Twitter.

While speaking to Republican and Democratic lawmakers on Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump was not pleased with some of the suggestions that were presented to him on the issue of immigration reform. One potential compromise brought up was that legal protection could be extended to immigrants from various countries, including Haiti and El Salvador.

In response, the commander in chief pushed back, asking instead why the United States should help immigrants from a "sh*thole" country when they can try to increase immigration from Norway instead. The story was first reported by the Washington Post and spread like wildfire as even some Republicans and conservative commentators condemned the president's remarks. While the White House released a vague statement that neither confirmed or denied the report, Trump did his best to change the subject during several tweets on January 11.

In a series of Twitter posts on Thursday night, Donald Trump addressed a variety of issues, while ignoring the elephant in the room.

"Democrat Dianne Feinstein should never have released secret committee testimony to the public without authorization," Trump tweeted, calling the senator's actions "Very disrespectful." "She blamed her poor decision on the fact she had a cold - a first!" Trump added, in response to Feinstein releasing the transcript of the testimony given by the co-founder of Fusion GPS.

"Chrysler is moving a massive plant from Mexico to Michigan, reversing a years long opposite trend," Donald Trump added while ignoring the other news that Carrier air conditioning would be laying off hundreds of workers despite conflicting rhetoric from the White House.

"Small Business Poll has highest approval numbers in the polls history. All business is just at the beginning of something really special!" Trump went on to tweet, once again ignoring other polls that show his approval rating down below 35 percent.

Double down

Not stopping there, Donald Trump gave a shout out to Adam Levine of the conservative news outlet The Federalist for declaring him the greatest in American history. "Thank you Adam Levine, The Federalist, in interview on "Fox & Friends" 'Donald Trump is the greatest President our Country has ever seen.'"