Ever since the start of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has made it clear that he is no fan of the news media. As Trump continues to battle the press on an almost daily basis, members of his administration are speaking out as well, including Kellyanne Conway.

Conway on the media

During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump would routinely refer to the mainstream media and other journalists as "terrible" and "dishonest" people. Trump has made it a habit to bash The New York Times and CNN, while targeting other newspapers and cable news outlets in the process.

The billionaire real estate mogul had a much publicized feud with former Fox News host Megyn Kelly earlier in the election, who recently left the network to join NBC News. Since his election win, Trump and only increased his attacks on the press, which he refers to as "fake news." During the January 29 edition of "Fox News Sunday," Kellyanne Conway continued the war of words with the media by calling for the firing of those who have criticized the new president.

(Conway's comments on the media start at 12:45 in the above video.)

Joining Fox News host Chris Wallace was Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, and she wasn't in the best mood when the issue of the media was brought up. "Who is cleaning house?" Conway asked, before wondering, "Which one is going to be the first network to get rid of these people, the people who think things were just not true?"

"I went on three network shows and spoke for 35 minutes on three network Sunday shows.

You know what got picked?" Kellyanne Conway rhetorically asked, before answering, "The fact that I said 'alternative facts,' not the fact that I ripped a new one to some of those hosts that they never cover the facts that matter." Not stopping there, Conway went further with her meltdown, bashing the media in the process.

"Not one network person has been let go," she complained, noting, "Not one silly political analyst and pundit who talked smack all day long about Donald Trump has been let go."

Moving forward

In the week that Donald Trump has occupied the White House, his administration has made it crystal clear that they are not on the same page with the majority of the press.

Earlier this week, advisor Steve Bannon, former head of the right-wing Breitbart News, lashed out at the press during an interview with The New York Times, suggesting they "keep their mouth shut." While anything could change in the future, it doesn't appear like the relationship between both sides will be improving anytime soon.