Two of the biggest headlines over the last 24 hours have been the Hillary Clinton book reading at the Grammy Awards, and the news that FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe would be stepping down. While Donald Trump has not given his thoughts, Don Jr. was quick to speak out.

Don Jr. on Grammys

On Sunday night, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards took place and it didn't take long before the show became political. While some, like Daily Show host Trevor Noah took a jab at Donald Trump, it wasn't until a surprise video skit aired that caused the headlines. Hillary Clinton appeared, along with Cher, John Legend and others, to read select excerpts from the controversial "Fire and Fury" book by Michael Wolff.

The story caused backlash among conservatives, including the son of the president. In a series of tweets, Donald Trump Jr. lashed out at the Grammys, and continued his Twitter ranting after the news broke that Andrew McCabe, deputy director of the FBI, would be stepping down.

"Getting to read a fake news book excerpt at the Grammys seems like a great consolation prize for losing the presidency," Donald Jr.

tweeted out. "The more Hillary goes on television the more the American people realize how awesome it is to have @realDonaldTrump in office," he added in a follow-up tweet.

McCabe backlash

"So they will keep him on till then despite all this to make sure the American tax payer is stuck paying him for the rest of his life?" Donald Trump Jr.

added in reference to Andrew McCabe leaving the FBI. "Strange timing. 'Stepping down' the day after FBI brass sees the memo. I wonder what’s in there?" he wondered while using the hashtag "Release the memo."

In addition, Donald Jr.

decided to pat his dad on the back with a tweet of praise. "If a Democrat President in 8 years achieved what my father has done in one year, media and the left would be heralding it as 'historic, monumental, and unprecedented,'" he wrote. Like the commander in chief, Donald Jr. has increased his use of social media as a way to promote the current administration and hit back at critics, ranging from celebrities, to the Democratic Party, and also the majority of the mainstream media.

As the Russian investigation heats up with a Trump interview with special counsel Robert Mueller expected to take place sooner rather than later, only time will tell how it all plays out, but it's likely that many in the Trump family will be vocal with their thoughts and opinions.