The issue over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has become one of the hottest topics in Washington, with Democrats and Republicans unable to find common ground. On Twitter Saturday night, Donald Trump decided to chime in.

Trump on DACA

It was earlier this month when the Democratic Party and the Republican Party were unable to come together over a deal to avoid a government shutdown. Being unable to find a compromise, the government shut down took place and didn't reopen until almost 72 hours later after a short-term bill was agreed upon.

Democrats are pushing for the extension of DACA, while Republicans are standing by Donald Trump over the issue of Border Security, including $25 million for a border wall that the president once promised would be fully funded by Mexico. With a new deadline of February 8, Trump decided to give his thoughts with a pair of aggressive tweets.

Taking to Twitter on January 27, Donald Trump ripped into Democrats over their stance on DACA and immigration reform.

"I have offered DACA a wonderful deal, including a doubling in the number of recipients & a twelve year pathway to citizenship, for two reasons," Trump tweeted out. "(1) Because the Republicans want to fix a long time terrible problem. (2) To show that Democrats do not want to solve DACA, only use it!" he added.

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump continued on with his Tweets.

"Democrats are not interested in Border Safety & Security or in the funding and rebuilding of our Military," he wrote, before adding, "They are only interested in Obstruction!"

Twitter response

After sending out his social media posts, Donald Trump faced instant backlash. "You certainly aren't the one who should be talking about obstruction.

Isn't it ironic that you're likely going to be indicted for obstruction?" a Twitter user wrote.

"Remember when you said Mexico would pay for the Wall? Pepperidge Farm remembers," a tweet noted. "You are a waste of carbon," an additional tweet started. "You’re full of crap, you lying idiot," yet another tweet stated.

"Holding DACA hostage is not only unpopular but completely irrelevant to the bigger budget discussion," an additional tweet read. "It is YOU who has been all about obstruction. It seems you may now be projecting," Twitter user added. With only two weeks for Democrats and Republicans to agree on a new deal, only time will tell how it all plays out.