It's been two weeks since #Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to become the next president-elect, but that hasn't changed the way he has communicated. In yet another social media tirade, Trump took his frustrations out on a familiar foe.

Trump on the Times

During his entire presidential campaign, Donald Trump recognized the frustration the American people had with the mainstream media. The billionaire real estate mogul made attacking the media part of his campaign talking points, often referring to them as "liars" and "dishonest." One of Trump's favorite targets has been #The New York Times, who he refers to as the "failing New York Times." After Trump met with the top executives from nearly all the top news stations on Monday, the former host of "The Apprentice" was set to meet with members of the The New York Times on Tuesday.

As seen on his offical #Twitter account on November 22, the meeting didn't take place.

"I cancelled today's meeting with the failing @nytimes when the terms and conditions of the meeting were changed at the last moment," Trump tweeted shortly after 6 a.m., before adding, "Not nice." "Perhaps a new meeting will be set up with the @nytimes," Trump said in a follow-up tweet, also noting "In the meantime they continue to cover me inaccurately and with a nasty tone!."

Trump wasn't done yet, as he tweeted a third time about the paper and didn't hold back his opinions.

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"The failing @nytimes just announced that complaints about them are at a 15 year high," the president-elect wrote, before rhetorically asking, "I can fully understand that - but why announce?" Trump's feud with the The New York Times stems from their alleged bias against him during the election, with their left-leaning editorial board speaking out against Trump on more than one occasion.

Moving forward

Despite his constant Twitter attacks against his opponents, Donald Trump is in the middle of filling out the rest of his cabinet and administration. In the two weeks since his election, Trump has received criticism for some of his selections, most notably adding Breitbart News' Steve Bannon as Chief Strategist, while nominating retired Gen. Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor. Trump is scheduled to be sworn in as the next commander in chief on January 20.