In the last week since the inauguration of Donald Trump, the new administration has come under fire for a variety of reasons. Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway has been a top target since she coined the phrase "alternative facts," which has prompted her to lash out at the media and her critics on Twitter.

Conway on Twitter

When Donald Trump was taking the oath of office last Friday, around 200,000 people were in Washington, D.C. to watch it happen in person. After the news media reported on the attendance figures, Trump and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer accused the press of lying about the numbers.

When Kellyanne Conway was asked by "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd about why the administration was disputing the information, she said they were simply giving "alternative facts." Backlash quickly followed, and Conway has been on war path against the media ever since. As seen on her Twitter account on January 24, the former Trump campaign manager is still not holding back.

While re-tweeting a post from a woman explaining why she's not a liberal feminist, Kellyanne Conway added a few words of her own.

"Fascinating take posted by a former Democrat," Conway wrote on her own Twitter account. In response to the image attached, a female Women's March protester wearing a vagina-shaped hat, Conway added, "That picture - mom must be so proud." Not stopping there, Conway rhetorically asked, "Clintons and Obamas on board here?"

Prior to her tweet targeting liberal feminists, Kellyanne Conway posted a statement from the White House asking for family privacy in the aftermath of recent attacks on 10-year-old Barron Trump, while also adding her own message.

"Let's see if double standard for Trumps can be a single standard when it comes to such a simple and decent appeal," Conway wrote on Twitter in an apparent shot at media and liberal critics, while adding, "Do what's right, folks."

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The first week of the Donald Trump administration is still underway and the opposition from the media appears to be at an all-time high. With the former host of "The Apprentice" just getting started as the commander in chief, it's likely to be a bumpy ride between both sides.