It's become commonplace for Donald Trump and the media not to see eye to eye. After Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway appeared on Sunday's "Meet the Press" on NBC, Trump was not happy with what he saw.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump first announced that he was running for president, the news media and the press quickly criticized him for referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists." Since that time, Trump has lashed out against the media, referring to journalists and reporters as "terrible people" and the most "dishonest" people he's ever met.

From his attacks on networks like CNN and NBC News, to reporters and hosts like Megyn Kelly, or even newspapers like The New York Time, Trump has waged a war on the press. As seen on his official Twitter account on January 8, Trump was at it again.

"Kellyanne Conway went to @MeetThePress this morning for an interview with @chucktodd. Dishonest media cut out 9 of her 10 minutes," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday, describing the interview as "Terrible!" During the interview, former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway continued to push back at the idea that Russia hacked the election in favor of Trump, despite the evidence that has been presented by the CIA and the FBI.

While Conway and the Trump team have since acknowledged that Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee, Conway said that Russia "did not succeed" in impacting the actual results of the election.

Trump on Russia

Even during the campaign, Donald Trump was accused of having a relationship with Russia, as the former host of "The Apprentice" would take time to praise Russian President Vladimir Putin.

News outlets would broke stories that appeared to link Trump back to the Kremlin, but due to his tax returns being kept private, the possible tie between both sides have never been confirmed.

Despite the backlash, Trump will be sworn in as the next commander in chief on Inauguration Day in less than two weeks. While Trump is making his way into the White House, over 100,000 protesters are expected to be on hand to voice their opposition to the new administration.