As the debate over immigration reform continues, Donald Trump is deflecting the blame for lack of progress on the issue to the Democrats. In his latest round of tweets, the president didn't hold back his thoughts, including announcing that a deal on Daca is dead.

Trump on DACA

From the day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015 he made sure to highlight immigration, quickly making headlines by labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." In the nearly three years that have followed, Trump has stood by his talking points, which has led to a political fight since being elected.

The most recent debate on the issue is over DACA and the construction of a border wall, pitting Democrats and Republicans against each other with little to no progress being made.

In a series of tweets on April 2, Donald Trump announced that the debate on DACA was officially over before blasting Democrats even further. "DACA is dead because the Democrats didn’t care or act, and now everyone wants to get onto the DACA bandwagon...No longer works," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Must build wall." "Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!" he added.

"Mexico has the absolute power not to let these large “Caravans” of people enter their country," Donald Trump wrote in an additional tweet, while demanding, "They (Mexico) must stop them at their Northern Border." The president continued to double down in a follow-up tweet, calling on Republicans in Congress to use the "nuclear option" to bypass the Democrats and start construction on his border wall.

Twitter tirade

Not stopping there, Donald Trump went back to Twitter to add additional thoughts [VIDEO] on the issue of illegal immigration.

"Mexico is making a fortune on NAFTA...They have very strong border laws - ours are pathetic," Trump wrote in yet another tweet. "With all of the money they make from the U.S., hopefully they will stop people from coming through their country and into ours, at least until Congress changes our immigration laws!" he concluded.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump uses Twitter to vent his anger and frustration over a wide-range of issues [VIDEO], the majority of the American people don't appear to be in his corner. The most recent round of polling show his approval at just 40 percent heading into the midterm elections in November where Republicans are expected to lose many seats in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.