It's no secret that #Donald Trump is not a fan of the mainstream media, and makes it part of his daily routine to hit back at the press. After tweeting out his most recent attack on the media, the president was mocked for his efforts [VIDEO].

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It didn't take long after Donald Trump announced his campaign for president [VIDEO] back in June 2015 to know that he would not have the most positive relationship with the media. From the moment the former host of "The Apprentice" referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," the feud between Trump and press began. In the two years that have followed, Trump and the media have continued to be at odds, with the president lashing out on a routine basis, while labeling any reports he doesn't agree with as "fake news." Since being elected, Trump has only amped up his attacks on various news outlets, which included banning several from a press briefing earlier this year at the White House.

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As seen on his #Twitter account on August 30, the president has once against decided to hit back against the media, this time focusing on several "magazines."

Taking to his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning was Donald Trump as the billionaire real estate mogul vented his anger and frustration with the media in how they have covered his administration during its first eight months. "After reading the false reporting and even ferocious anger in some dying magazines, it makes me wonder, WHY?" Trump rhetorically asked, before adding, "All I want to do is #MAGA!" Within minutes of sending out his tweet, the president was trolled over the final part of his message.

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Trump trolled

After Donald Trump posted his latest Twitter attack against the media, critics poked fun at his use of the line "All I want to do is #MAGA," as many compared it to the Sheryl Crow song "All I wanna do is have some fun." "All I want to do is #MAGA, and have some fun, and zoom-a-zoom-zoom-zoom and a boom boom," Washington Examiner's David Brown tweeted out.

"If you’re not reading “All i want to do is MAGA” to the tune of “all she wants to do is dance” then I don’t know what to tell you," Miriam Elder of BuzzFeed added. "All I want to do is MAGA some, I got a feelin I'm not the only one, All I want to do is MAGA some, Until the sun comes up over Penn.

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avenue," Gideon Resnick of The Daily Beast hilariously tweeted.

Others took a more serious approach, including Bishop Talbery Swan who tweeted, "After hearing you LIE over and over again and angrily lash out so unprofessionally, it makes me wonder, WHY are you POTUS!!" As the negative reaction continued, it was made more than clear that the division between Donald Trump and his critics was not going to improve anytime soon.