After yet another controversial week in office, it was only a matter of time before Donald Trump was hit hard heading into the weekend. One of the president's most vocal critics has been Bill Maher who was no exception and ripped into the commander in chief during his latest broadcast on HBO.

Maher on Trump

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president it was made clear that he wouldn't be on best of terms with the mainstream media and the majority of the liberal-leaning Hollywood. Whether it was his controversial remarks about illegal immigrants or his rhetoric involving women and other minorities, the former host of "The Apprentice" has often found himself on the receiving end of brutal backlash.

Throughout the 2016 presidential election and in the months since his inauguration, Trump has become the butt of the joke on programs like "Saturday Night Live" and the majority of late-night talk shows. One critic of the president has been Bill Maher who doesn't hold back his thoughts on Trump each Friday night on HBO. As seen during the August 25 edition of "Real Time with Bill Maher," the comedian recapped the president's bad week.

Opening his show with his routine opening monologue, Bill Maher hit back at Donald Trump over his reaction to Hurricane Harvey.

"I love it down there (Texas). They are having a hurricane. Hurricane Harvey has already reeked havoc there," Maher said. "Trump has already come out with a strong statement condemning the violence on both sides," he continued, in mockery of the president's recent remarks about the white nationalist rally in Virginia.

"This is Trump's first natural disaster.

The others he all caused himself," Bill Maher continued. "He stands ready to tweet if he gets any shi**y coverage," the comedian joked. Maher continued, ripping into the president over multiple issues, including his recent speech that looks to expand the war in Afghanistan. "Republicans, they do like their war. Wives come and go, but war they’re willing to work at," he noted.

Maher continued, spending the rest of the opening segment highlighting Trump's rough week.

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As Bill Maher and others continue to come down hard on Donald Trump, the president continues to face actual problems in the White House. With the pressure mounting over a variety of issues, including but not limited to the repeal of Obamacare, immigration reform and the growing Russian scandal, Trump is fighting to improve his standing with the American people which currently reflects just a 35 percent approval rating.