After Democrats and Republicans came together to sign a short-term spending bill last month, the new deadline is just over two weeks away. Pointing this out was Donald Trump during his latest rant on social media which once again targeted the Democrats.

Trump on DACA

On the one-year anniversary of Trump's presidency, congressional Republicans and Democrats were unable to reach a compromise on spending and the country faced a government shutdown for the first time since 2013. Less than 72 hours later and both sides were able to come to an agreement to reopen the government until February 16 with the hope that Congress can reach a more long-term solution.

The big hang-up is over immigration, with Democrats holding out for an extension for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which fully expires on March 5, while Republicans are calling on additional funding for border security, including $25 billion to complete construction on a southern border wall that Donald Trump promised would be funded by Mexico. Addressing these issues during a late night tweet on February 1 was the president.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday night, Donald Trump decided to take a hard shot at Democrats by deflecting blame onto his political rivals over the current issue of dealing with government spending.

"The Democrats just aren’t calling about DACA," Trump tweeted.

"Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have to get moving fast, or they’ll disappoint you again," he went on to add. "We have a great chance to make a deal or, blame the Dems! March 5th is coming up fast," the former host of "The Apprentice" concluded.

Instant reaction

Within minutes, Trump faced backlash from his critics.

"A) your grammar sucks. B) 48 hours ago at #SOTU, you were all about bipartisanship. Thanks for so quickly descending into rank partisanship and confirming your speech was a total lie," one tweet pointed out.

"I mean you talk as if you aren't the president who's in the driver seat.

Come on," a Twitter user wrote. "See the thing is #DACA was an executive order that you ordered to be terminated. So the DACA recipients will blame YOU first and foremost if they get deported," a follow-up tweet read.

"You want to lay a price on 1 million people to build your pointless wall and blame the Democrats for not wanting to use $25 billion tax payer's funds for something that should be a no brainier," an additional Twitter user wrote. "You know who didn’t disappoint us as much as you? Obama," a follow-up tweet added.