After completing his third week in the White House, Donald Trump continues to create a constant stream of controversy. With each passing day, critics pile on the new commander in chief, which includes comedian Bill Maher.

Maher on Trump

In the last week, Donald Trump has come under fire as his "Muslim ban" executive order was blocked by a federal judge, and then his appeal was denied by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. In the aftermath, Trump lashed out on Twitter, writing, "SEE YOU IN COURT." In addition, the president has had a difficult time keeping his own administration in order, with Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer getting caught up in questionable spots with members of the press.

As protests continue and backlash increases against the administration, the pressure is on the former host of "The Apprentice." These issues and more were the hot topic of discussion during the February 10 edition of HBO's "real time with Bill Maher."

Kicking off the start of his show with his opening monologue was host Bill Maher, who was quick to lay into Donald Trump and didn't hold back. "There's just too much news to get to. There's so much fu**ing crazy," Maher said. "This was a good week for the resistance. This was a good week for checks and balances. This was a good week for maybe surviving President man baby," he continued.

Maher then went on to reference Trump losing his appeal in regard to the aforementioned "Muslim ban," stating, "It's almost like he's losing so much that he's tired of losing."

Bill Maher went on to touch on the news that former half-term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin could become the next Ambassador to Canada. "Sean Spicer will not confirm or deny that Trump is considering Sarah Palin to be Ambassador to Canada," Maher said, before mockingly noting, "He said it will take her awhile to learn the language, but she'll get it."

Not stopping there, Bill Maher said that "other countries are literally rolling their eyes," before showing a clip of Japaneses Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rolling his eyes at Donald Trump after the president shook his hand for nearly 20 seconds during a meeting at the White House on Friday.

At this point, Maher focused on the recent issue of Kellyanne Conway promoting Ivanka Trump's clothing line, and the former host of "The Apprentice" tweeting against Nordstrom for dropping her products.

"The only one interested in getting into Ivanka's pants is him!" Maher said of the president. Closing out his opening monologue, Maher ripped into Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for silencing Sen.

Elisabeth Warren during a confirmation hearing for Sen. Jeff Sessions to become the new Attorney General, leading to the HBO host to call him a "Whiny little b*tch."

Heating up

During the show itself, guests Jim Jefferies and Piers Morgan got into a heated argument over the "Muslim ban." While Morgan appeared to brush it off, Jefferies wasn't having it.

Moving forward

As Bill Maher and others continue to critique and mock Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul appears willing to go head-to-head with the press and all his critics. Considering the current state of emotion when it comes to politics, the relationship between the left and the right doesn't appear like it's going to improve anytime soon.