Trump rages at Democrats for 'slow-walking' ambassador appointments after his UN appointee bails with nanny problems
President Donald Trump listens intently to a reporter ask him a question at a press conference held at the Lotte Palace Hotel during the UN General Assembly. (Evan El-Amin /

President Donald Trump kicked off Sunday morning by Twitter-attacking Democrats over not approving his appointees on the heels of his choice to replace Nikki Haley at the United Nations dropping out over what has been described as "nanny problems."

On Twitter, Trump wrote:  "Democrats in the Senate are still slow walking hundreds of highly qualified people wanting to come into government. Never been such an abuse in our country’s history. Mitch should not let Senate go home until all are approved. We need our Ambassadors and all others NOW!"

Late Saturday, it was announced that former Fox News personality Heather Nauert is withdrawing her bid to be UN ambassador.

You can see Trump's tweet below: