After just two weeks in office, Donald Trump has created constant controversy that is hovering over his presidency. As he kicked of a new week as commander in chief, Trump made sure to voice his frustration on social media.

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When Donald Trump was elected president last November, many people were left shocked and stunned by the results. Since then, Trump's war of words with the news media has only increased, leading to a near-blackout of certain news outlets like CNN. The latest issue that has come between the new administration and the press is over Trump's "Muslim ban" executive order, and his plans on immigration.

After signing the order in question, backlash has only increased, prompting the billionaire real estate mogul to lash out on a routine basis. As seen on his Twitter account on February 6, Trump is not pleased.

"Any negative polls are Fake News, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, before adding, "Sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting." In a follow-up tweet, the new president continued to focus on what he describes as "fake news."

"I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it," Donald Trump went on to tweet early Monday morning.

Not stopping there, the former host of "The Apprentice" also added, "Some FAKE NEWS media, in order to marginalize, lies!" Despite the evidence that gets presented, Trump has accused nearly all news reports that criticize him as "fake news," only continuing the distrust in the media among the majority of his supporters. With the exception of more right-wing news outlets like Breitbart News and Fox News, Trump supporters generally push back at reports that come from traditional news sources.

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According to most recent polls, Donald Trump's favorability rating is now under 40 percent, which marks the lowest on record for a president this early in his term. As time rolls on, the feud between Trump and the media is expected to heat up, with the president using Twitter and social media as his number one form of communication, as he continues to avoid and bypass the press at any and all coasts when possible.