President Donald Trump spent the entire day on Friday bashing the media. From his speech at CPAC to banning multiple news outlets from a White House Press Briefing, the president continued his war of words against the media on his Twitter account.

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At the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning, President Donald Trump took to the stage and set his sights on attacking the mainstream news media. The former host of "The Apprentice" accused the press of "Fake News," repeating his early claim that the media was the "enemy of the people." For the better part of the next half hour, the billionaire real estate continued his attack on reporters and journalists, who he has referred to as "terrible" and the "worse people" he's ever met.

The day only got worse for the relationship between Trump and media, as the New York Times, Buzzfeed, the New York Daily News, and the BBC, were all banned from Friday's daily briefing with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. As seen on his Twitter feed on February 24, Trump continued to lash out.

"FAKE NEWS media knowingly doesn't tell the truth. A great danger to our country," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter on Friday night. Not stopping there, the president went on to call out two of the news outlets that he banned from press briefing.

"The failing @nytimes has become a joke. Likewise @CNN," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Sad!"

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Donald Trump has only been the commander in chief for the last month, but he's already making major changes to the country.

From his executive orders on immigration and the "Muslim ban," to the scandal around retired Gen. Michael Flynn being forced to resign as National Security Adviser due to his questionable ties to Russia, Trump has created a constant stream of controversy surrounding his administration.

Recent polls show Trump's approval rating with the American people dropping below 40 percent, despite claims from the White House that the polls are "rigged" against him. As the days move forward, it doesn't appear like Trump will be willing to back off his agenda anytime soon.