After yet another week in the White House, Donald Trump enters the weekend with even more controversy facing him. In response, Bill Maher decided to sound off on the president.

Maher on Trump

Over the last week, Donald Trump has faced an onslaught of bad news. From his controversial speech at CPAC, to his flip-flopping on gun reform, to the resignation of White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, the commander in chief has been backed into a corner, resulting in an increase in Twitter rants that have targeted his own Attorney General Jeff Sessions and actor Alec Baldwin.

With the pressure mounting, Trump critics in the media have wasted no time holding his feet to the fire, including Bill Maher who returned with his latest episode of "real time" on HBO.

Kicking off the March 2 edition of "Real Time" on HBO with his opening monologue, host Bill Maher didn't pull any punches in his mockery of Donald Trump. "Even by normal Trump weeks, so much crazy sh*t happened," he said. "Hope Hicks was voted off the island. This was Trump's work wife. His emotional companion animal. It’s so ironic, Trump was very dependent on Hope Hicks, and his whole presidency was about giving hicks hope" Maher added.

Bill Maher then went on to poke fun at Trump's son in law Jared Kushner over reports of shady business deals and his lack of a security clearance, leading to the president siding with Chief of Staff John Kelly to push Kushner and Ivanka Trump out of the White House.

"There's an Archie Bunker/Meat Head thing going on with General Kelly," Maher said. "Sources say that Trump is siding with Gen Kelly to try to get Jared and Ivanka out of the White House," he noted. "Finally something Americans can relate to, trying to get your grown kids out of the house," Maher said to the laughter of the audience.

Double down

Not stopping there, Bill Maher continued his trolling of the president. "Trump's going to be all alone in the White House talking to a soccer ball with a face painted on it," he said.

“All this chaos is making it very difficult for the NRA to run the country," Bill Maher continued in a direct shot at the current gun reform debate in the country. The comedian then cited Trump's recent comments where the president claimed he would have ran into the school shooting in Parkland, Florida to save the day even if he didn't have a weapon. "Of course he was talking about the dressing room at the Miss Teen USA pageant," Maher joked.