Ever since Donald Trump decided to run for president, he's been involved in a heated feud against the mainstream News Media. Trump's war of words with the press has only increased since his election, which was on display in another Twitter rant.

Trump on Twitter

President Donald Trump has made it clear that he's not a fan of the media. During a press conference at the White House on Thursday afternoon, Trump spent nearly an hour bashing the "fake news" media, while blaming them for retired Gen. Michael Flynn being forced to resign as National Security Adviser.

The billionaire real estate mogul has made a habit out of lashing out at reporters and journalists, labeling them "terrible," and calling them the "most dishonest people" he's ever seen. As seen on Twitter on February 17, Trump was back at it in his attack on the press, while making sure to praise a controversial right-wing radio host.

"Thank you for all of the nice statements on the Press Conference yesterday," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Friday morning, before adding, "Rush Limbaugh said one of greatest ever." Not stopping there, the former host of "The Apprentice" went on to note, "Fake media not happy!"

Limbaugh on Trump

Donald Trump's praise of Rush Limbaugh is in reference to the radio host's comments that were made during and after the aforementioned press conference.

During his radio show on Thursday, the controversial right-wing host applauded the president, stating, "Donald Trump going over the head of the media right to the American people, advancing his domestic agenda and being totally transparent with these people."

"Folks, he’s enjoying this like I’ve never seen a president enjoy a press conference," Rush Limbaugh went on to say, before stating, "He’s toying with these people." Limbaugh continued to speak fondly of the president, as Trump normalizes news and media outlets that have only been viewed as fringe in the past.

Moving forward

With less than four weeks in the White House, Donald Trump has changed the direction of the presidency in the same way he turned the election upside down. While it's unknown if his relationship with the media will improve in the future, it's unlikely to occur anytime soon.