New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd issued a scathing assessment of President Trump's White House this weekend, saying despite the president's "bragging" and tough talk, he can't "get it done." 

"Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems win from coast to coast Falwell after Gillespie loss: 'DC should annex' Northern Virginia Dems see gains in Virginia's House of Delegates MORE was promising to destroy a vile criminal cartel. Unfortunately, not his own," Dowd wrote in a New York Times op-ed on Saturday, comparing the administration's plan to handle the violent international criminal gang MS-13 with how officials in his own administration are treated. 

Dowd's op-ed comes on the heels of a dramatic week for the White House, which saw the president continue his attacks on Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsCurtis wins Chaffetz's former Utah House seat Overnight Cybersecurity: What we learned from Carter Page's House Intel testimony | House to mark up foreign intel reform law | FBI can't access Texas shooter's phone | Sessions to testify at hearing amid Russia scrutiny FBI can’t unlock Texas shooter’s phone MORE, a publicized feud between now-former White House chief ofsStaff Reince Priebus and communications director Anthony Scaramucci, and the president replacing Priebus with Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly. 

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"The dark pandemonium of the Trump West Wing has become a wormy scene worthy of Hieronymus Bosch. As Trump Fox News cheerleader Katrina Pierson likes to say, 'People have to get comfortable being uncomfortable,'" Dowd wrote. 

She concludes the piece by saying that while the president has reportedly referred Priebus as "weak," it is the president who is "weak" and "can't get it done." 

The columnist cites the Senate Republicans' failure to fulfill a seven-year campaign promise to repeal ObamaCare, despite lobbying efforts from the administration. 

Dowd also mentions Trump "can’t get it done for his pal, Putin," referencing the White House announcement the president would sign legislation imposing new sanctions on Russia, despite the administration's push for more watered-down legislation against the Russian president. 

Despite this week's setbacks, the Trump administration and Republicans continue to push for a major legislative victory, with plans to push tax reform over Congress's August recess, as well Trump pushing Senate Republicans on Twitter to work out yet another ObamaCare repeal plan.