It's no secret that Donald Trump has his enemies and critics, especially in the world of sports and entertainment. The latest Trump critic to voice his displeasure with the president is none other than Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley.

Barkley on Trump

Last fall, Donald Trump went down to Alabama to campaign in the state's special election.

While doing so, he called out NFL players for protesting during the playing of the national anthem, referring to them as a "son of a b*tch" who should be fired. The feud between Trump and the NFL escalated as the days, weeks, and months rolled on, with the president routinely taking to Twitter to bash the players and the league. Not stopping there, Trump even took his anger out on other sports and athletes, most notably his social media attack on the NBA's Stephen Curry for refusing to attend the White House meeting with his Golden State Warrior's championship team.

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Since then, Donald Trump and the world of sports have not been on the same page, leading to a sit-down interview with NBA legend Charles Barkley for CNN's "Axel Files" on March 31.

While speaking to host David Axelrod, Barkley didn't hold back his thoughts on Donald Trump and the current state of the country. "I've never been more angry and disgusted at this situation than I am now," Barkley said, citing the everyday "turmoil" in the White House, specifically pointing the the president's "tweeting, the hiring and firing."

"We have spent the last year talking about Russia every single day.

Now we got Stormy, now we got another girl," Charles Barkley said, wondering when Trump will "help the people?" Not stopping there, the former NBA star said Trump has failed to help average Americans, pointing to his apparent bigotry of targeting minorities, claiming he's done an "awful job of trying to be inclusive," he added.

Barkley addressed his own history of being an African-American growing up in the South during the Civil Rights era and the lack of progress made on the issue of race relations in the United States.

Moving forward

While Charles Barkley and other high-profiled names in the world of sports and entertainment continue to use their popularity to hold Donald Trump's feet to the fire, it doesn't appear that the president is going to change his ways anytime soon. In the most recent round of polling, Trump's approval rating is hovering around just 40 percent with the all important midterm elections getting closer by the day.