After a very busy Monday in the world of politics, Donald Trump kicked off his Tuesday morning with a multi-tweet rant on social media. As expected, Trump didn't hold back and took time to praise himself in the process.

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As the week started off, Donald Trump faced an onslaught of new issues in the White House, all in the backdrop of increased criticism from Hollywood that was made clear during the recent Academy Awards.

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While some stories carried over from the previous week, like the ongoing gun control debate, the recent resignation of White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, and his controversial proposals on trade, it was former advisor Sam Nunberg's multiple cable news interviews that dominated the headlines.

Nunberg trashed Trump and his administration, accusing the president of being the "most disloyal" person, while refusing to comply with a subpoena from Robert Mueller.

As expected, Fox News came to the defense of Donald Trump, while the other networks made sure to highlight the trouble in the White House. During a series of tweets on March 6, the president addressed these issues [VIDEO]. "The new Fake News narrative is that there is CHAOS in the White House. Wrong!" Trump tweeted out.

"People will always come & go, and I want strong dialogue before making a final decision. I still have some people that I want to change (always seeking perfection)," Trump wrote, before adding, "There is no Chaos, only great Energy!"

Donald Trump then shifted his focus [VIDEO] to the report that the recent Academy Awards drew the lowest ratings in the show's history. "Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY. Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore - except your President (just kidding, of course)!" he tweeted out.

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After blaming Democrats for the inaction on DACA, Donald Trump then re-tweeted his son Eric who praised Fox News' ratings, while mocking CNN. "Congratulations Fox News: Fox has 15 of the top 20 shows with Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson leading the pack at 1st and 2nd respectively," the tweet read.

"CNN has become totally irrelevant, down 19 percent from last year with only 1 show in the Top 25 (24th)," the post concluded. As the commander in chief continues to use social media to voice his views, his approval rating remains at a record low. While Trump's favorability did climb above 40 percent at the start of the year, it recently dropped below 40 percent in the latest round of polling, and it doesn't look to be improving anytime soon.