Donald Trump has only been president for a weekend, and he's already coming under fire from the media. After White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway spent much of the last 48 hours debating the inauguration crowd size, two hosts on MSNBC called for their firing.

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When Donald Trump took the oath of office and officially became the new President of the United States, an estimated total of close to 200,000 people were at the nation's capital to watch it happen. The crowd size was a major disappointment for Trump, who was hoping to eclipse the 1.2 million people who came to see former President Barack Obama be sworn into office in January 2009.

Over the weekend, Sean Spicer held a press conference where he accused the media of pushing false numbers about the aforementioned crowd. In response, Kellyanne Conway labeled Spicer's comments as "alternative facts" during an interview with "Meet the Press." As seen on the January 23 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, Trump's advisors are now being called out.

"It's show time," "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski said, before adding, "the show has begun really badly." "Whoever didn't write, or should've written, or should have edited that speech, should go today," Brzezinski pointed out, stating, "Out, goodbye, done." The "Morning Joe" team were speaking in reference to Trump's denial, as well as his advisors, in regards to the crowd size.

"Whoever was encouraging him, goading him to keep fighting about the size of the crowd," co-host Joe Scarborough said, while noting, "they should be fired today for the sake of America." "He (Trump) likes boxing.

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He had a lot of boxing matches at his events," Scarborough noted. "The bell just rang for the first round, and his corner men were looking out into the crowd and were completely over-matched by history," the MSNBC host added.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump and his team have gotten off to a bumpy start with the mainstream media, it's unlikely to phase them moving forward.

Due to Trump publicly feuding with the media during the election, many of his supporters no longer trust traditional news outlets, and have gravitated to more right-wing media to get their information, or from the billionaire real estate mogul's personal Twitter feed.