As Donald Trump continues on with his first foreign trip as president, he's faced daily backlash and criticism over a variety of issues. While Trump has struggled at times, Stephen Colbert has made sure to give his thoughts, poking fun at the commander in chief in the process.

Colbert on Trump

Prior to Donald Trump leaving for his foreign trip, scandal and controversy hit the administration. Over the last three weeks, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been dodging political bullets that many believe could add up and take down his entire presidency.

Earlier this month it was revealed that Trump not only met with two high-profiled Russian officials in the White House, but that he also shared "highly classified" information. In addition, Trump's firing of James Comey as head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation quickly raised questions as he was the man in charge of leading the investigation into Russia's impact on the 2016 presidential election. Additional reports further linking former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to the Russian scandal have added to the mounting pressure on the president. Leaving the trouble behind him, Trump left the United States last Friday and made his way to Saudi Arabia, and has since touched down in Israel and Rome.

These issues were highlighted during the May 23 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on CBS.

Kicking off his opening monologue on Tuesday, which was first previewed on Twitter, Stephen Colbert mocked and trolled Donald Trump over his ongoing blunders during his foreign trip.

"Donald Trump's Magical Misery Tour continues," Colbert said.

"Rome is the third leg of Trump's tour of some of the world's major holy sites," Stephen Colbert said, before adding, "If I didn't know any better, I would think Donald Trump is really trying to get in touch with God here." At this point, a satirical God appeared via projection on the ceiling of the CBS studio, doubling down on Colbert's mockery of the president.

When Colbert asked what Trump prayed for when he visited the Western Wall in Israel, "God" replied, "Oh, sorry Stephen. Unlike some people, I don't give away top secret information from Israel."

Moving forward

While Donald Trump still has a week left in his trip, he's already experiencing fatigue. After just three days, a White House official confirmed that the billionaire real estate mogul was "exhausted," leading to having his daughter Ivanka Trump fill in for him during a scheduled event.