The election of Donald Trump caught millions of people off guard, and even reportedly shocked the billionaire real estate mogul. In his latest twitter rant, Trump is now targeting the media for their reporting of the election, even though it took place over a month ago.

Trump fires back

With just days remaining before the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump was predicted to lose in historic fashion, with Hillary Clinton being set to become the first female President of the United State. However, the Democratic dream of another Clinton in the White House was erased as the former host of "The Apprentice" shocked the world on election night.

In the weeks since Election Day, Trump has continued his feud with the media, taking shots at various news outlets. On his offical Twitter account on January 2, Trump was at it again.

"Various media outlets and pundits say that I thought I was going to lose the election," Donald Trump tweeted on Monday after, before adding his signature slogan, "Wrong!." "It all came together in the last week and I thought and felt I would win big, easily over the fabled 270 (306)," Trump continued on Twitter, stating, "When they cancelled fireworks, they knew, and so did I."

In a previous tweet made just minutes before, Trump took a shot at a new book being released by CNN titled "Unprecedented," before being critical about the choice of cover photo.

"@CNN just released a book called "Unprecedented" which explores the 2016 race & victory," Trump wrote in the recently deleted tweet, concluding, "Hope it does well but used worst cover photo of me!"

Moving forward

In just three weeks, Donald Trump will head to Washington, D.C.

and be sworn in as the next commander in chief. While Trump fulfilled his goal of winning the election, millions of Americans have continued to express their anger and fear, with as many as 100,000 protesters expected to take to the streets on Inauguration Day. Despite a growing backlash against his incoming administration, the president-elect will head into the White House and change the direction of the United States.