While Donald Trump is doing his best to spin the news of his first 100 days in the White House as being a positive, many of his critics think otherwise. Though the mainstream media has piled on the president over the last three months, perhaps no one has been as vocal in their opposition as comedian Bill Maher.

Maher on Trump

From the day Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president back in June 2015, it was clear that he wasn't going to be on the same page as most of the press, as well as the stars out in Hollywood. That tension has only increased since the former host of "The Apprentice" pulled off one of the most shocking upsets in recent political history with a win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November.

Once Trump was sworn into office last January, the pressure has only mounted on the new commander in chief, which has been evident in his frustration with cable news outs, newspapers, and other reporters and journalists who cover the administration. Trump has used the term "fake news" to describe any news report that he doesn't' agree with, prompting critics to mock the president for what appears to be his political thin skin. These issues, and more, were highlighted during the April 28 edition of "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO.

Kicking off his show with his routine monologue was Bill Maher and he didn't hold back his thoughts on Donald Trump.

"Give yourself a hand for getting through 100 days of Donald Trump," Maher said to the audience, before noting, "It's like lent if we all gave up reality." "You know who thinks Trump is doing a great job? Yeah, it's Donald Trump!" he went on to said. On what grade the billionaire real estate mogul would give himself, Maher wasn't surprised.

"Trump gave himself an 'A,' and you can trust that grade because he used to own a fake university," Maher noted.

Bill Maher then went on to mock the White House for trying to promote Donald Trump's time in office, while taking a shot at the president for thinking the job would be easy.

"Who knew 'presidenting' would be so hard?" Maher said. The comedian went on to say quote the "whiny little bitch" over some of his complaints, noting that he "feels isolated, he misses driving, and when you say stuff, people check to see if it's true."

Moving forward

As Bill Maher and others continue to lash out, mock, troll, and criticize the president, Donald Trump doesn't appear willing to change his tune to get in their good graces. According to the most recent polls, Trump might want to think about a re-branding of sorts as his approval rating has dropped down to close to 40 percent, the lowest for a president's first 100 days in office in over seventy years.