In what has become routine, Donald Trump has decided to lash out on social media in an attempt to get a few things off of his chest. In the president's most recent round of tweets, he was able to cover a variety of topics.

Trump on Twitter

The new year hasn't been kind to Donald Trump as he's been forced to deal with several controversies. Whether it's been the release of "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" by author Michael Flynn, his remark about several foreign countries being a "sh*thole," his alleged affair with an adult film star, or the continuing Russian investigation, the former host of "The Apprentice" can't seem to stay away from scandal.

Amid the controversy, Trump has stuck to his story and talking points, blaming the "Fake News" for any of the negative reporting on his administration, while doing his best to deflect to more positive news like the improved economy. As seen on his Twitter feed on January 23, the president was quick to tackle these issues.

Taking to Twitter on January 23, Donald Trump wasted no time lashing out.

"Even Crazy Jim Acosta of Fake News CNN agrees," Trump tweeted, while quoting the CNN host who criticized the Democrats over the government shutdown, while adding "Thank you for your honesty Jim!"

Donald Trump then turned his attention to recent reporting that Chief of Staff John Kelly would soon be out of a job, insisting that he was staying in the White House and blaming "fake" news for the report.

"Long hours and Fake reporting makes your job more difficult, but it is always great to WIN, and few have won more than us!" he wrote.

Trump on Immigration

Not stopping there, Donald Trump addressed the issue of immigration reform, warning about the future of the Daca program that Democrats have been pushing to extend.

"Nobody knows for sure that the Republicans & Democrats will be able to reach a deal on DACA by February 8, but everyone will be trying," Trump wrote. "The Dems have just learned that a Shutdown is not the answer!" he added.

Donald Trump's reference to February 8 is in regards to the deadline of the short-term spending bill that was signed on Monday to keep the government open.

While it's unknown if DACA and other immigration issues will be agreed upon, only time will tell how it all plays out as Democrats and Republicans in the House of Representatives and the Senate have another two weeks to come together and compromise on a long-term solution.