Ever since Donald Trump announced he was running for president, he has had a bitter relationship with the news media. With Trump just days away from becoming president, some reporters might not get a chance to cover him in the White House.

Trump on the press

It started when Donald Trump labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists" during his campaign announcement. Since that day, the press has reported on every move Trump makes, often criticizing his controversial comments, actions, or policy proposals. Leading up to Election Day, the former host of "The Apprentice" made a habit out of smearing the media, referring to them as "terrible" and "dishonest," while claiming they were helping to "rig" the election in favor of Hillary Clinton.

As reported by The Hill on January 18, and seen on Fox News, Trump is continuing his feud with the news media.

Last week, Esquire broke the story that Donald Trump and his transition team were debating whether or not to evict the press corps from the White House, and relocate them to a building near by. While that no longer appears to be the case, Trump told Fox News on Wednesday that he has other plans for the press.

"The press went crazy, so I said, 'Let's not move it.'" Donald Trump said of the relocation idea, before noting, "But some people in the press will not be able to get in." "We have so many people that want to go in," Trump pointed out, while explaining "We'll have to just have to pick the people to go into the room." Not stopping there, Trump went on to predict that "they'll begging for a much larger room very soon." While it's unknown who Trump will ban from the White House, it's expected that some of his top media targets, such as CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and NBC News, could be up for consideration.

Next up

Inauguration Day takes place on Friday, as the president-elect officially becomes the new president. While Donald Trump and his supporters are planning a celebration, over 100,000 protesters will also join them in the nation's capital, with security being increased in and around Washington, D.C. In addition, a protest is also being set up in New York City, led by actor Alec Baldwin and filmmaker Michael Moore, who will voice their opposition outside of Trump Tower.