Ever since the first day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he's been at odds with the mainstream media. One of his top targets has been The New York Times, and he doesn't look like he's willing to pull any punches over the paper's recent reporting.

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During his campaign announcement just over a year and a half ago, Donald Trump spoke about illegal immigration and referred to those coming from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The media, including The New York Times, was critical of Trump's comments, which resulted in the billionaire real estate mogul lashing out.

In the months that would follow, Trump would continue his war of words against the press, bashing the media during his campaign rallies and referring to them as "terrible" and some of the most "dishonest people" he's ever met. As seen on his Twitter account on January 28, Trump is back on the attack.

"The failing @nytimes has been wrong about me from the very beginning Said I would lose the primaries, then the general election," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Saturday morning, before adding, "FAKE NEWS!" Trump went on to send out two follow-up tweets, continuing his attack on The New York Times, while also dragging The Washington Post into his social media rant.

"Thr coverage about me in the @nytimes and the @washingtonpost gas been so false and angry that the times actually apologized to its dwindling subscribers and readers," Donald Trump tweeted, while misspelling the words "there" and "has." "They got me wrong right from the beginning and still have not changed course, and never will," the new president also added, before concluding, "DISHONEST."

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Since Inauguration Day, the heat between Donald Trump and the news press has only increased.

After the press reported on the smaller than expected crowd size during the ceremony, the billionaire real estate mogul spoke out, accusing the media of reporting "fake news," with Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway labeling the administration's excuses as "alternative facts." It's only been a week since Trump officially became the president, and it doesn't look like his relationship with reporters and journalists is going to get better anytime soon.