After yet another week of drama and controversy in the White House, Donald Trump is facing an onslaught of criticism from many in the media. For liberal comedian Bill Maher, he made sure to rip into the president over a variety of issues.

Maher on Trump

It didn't take long for Donald Trump to make enemies in both the media and in the more liberal-leaning Hollywood. Once the former host of "The Apprentice" labeled illegal immigrants as "rapists" and "murderers," he quickly created a divide and many talk show hosts wasted no time hitting back. During the 2016 presidential election and since Trump's upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Bill Maher has been one of the most outspoken critics of the billionaire real estate mogul.

Nearly every Friday night for the past two years, Maher has centered much of his HBO program around Trump and his political agenda, which has only increased since Election Day. In the months that followed the inauguration, Maher has kept his foot on the gas of criticism, and held Trump's metaphorical feet to the fire, never holding back his thoughts. As seen on the September 8 edition of "Real Time with Bill Maher," the comedian still isn't letting up.

Kicking off Friday night's episode of "Real Time," host Bill Maher started with his routine monologue where Donald Trump was the hot topic.

"We are thinking about Florida right now. They are looking at a Category 5 Liberal Hoax," Maher said mocking the Republican position of denying climate change in reference to Hurricane Irma heading to Florida. "The right-wingers are still saying, 'can't blame climate change,'" Maher went on to say, before adding, "My theory is it has something to do with Hillary's emails."

Bill Maher then went on to hit Donald Trump over his response to Hurricane Irma.

"I've seen colors on the hurricane maps I've never seen before," he said. "If you see yellow like Trump's hair, take extra care. If you see orange like his face, shelter in place. If you see red like his ties to Russia, just evacuate now," the comedian said.

"The people in Florida can take solace in the fact that they will soon get a visit from Donald Trump," Bill Maher sarcastically pointed out.

"Did you see him in Houston?" Maher asked, while noting that the president brought First Lady Melania Trump with him. "He brought a date to a flood," he stated to the laughter of the audience.

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While Bill Maher and other high-profiled names in the media and in Hollywood continue to poke fun and call him out, Donald Trump is facing a laundry list of problems in the White House. From the ongoing scandal surrounding Russia, to the dissension within his own Republican Party, as well as constant push-back from Democrats, Trump's inability to get much done has resulted in just a 35 percent approval rating.