President Donald Trump continued his war against the mainstream news media on Friday by banning several prominent outlets from taking part in Friday's press briefing at the White House. In response, one host on Fox News has decided to voice his concern.

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In recent weeks, the relationship between Donald Trump and the press has only gotten worse. With Trump completing his first month in the White House, the pressure has only continued to mount from the press, who have held the president accountable for his actions and policy proposals on a daily basis.

As expected, the former host of "The Apprentice" has dismissed most of the reporting, labeling it "fake news," which he doubled down on during his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning. Just hours after he took part in CPAC, over a half dozen news organizations were banned from covering the press briefing with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. As backlash quickly followed, Fox News host Bret Baier decided to speak out on Twitter on February 24.

While Fox News is known for its conservative slant and praise of Donald Trump, host Bret Baier expressed his thoughts on the latest news of a media ban.

"Some at CNN & NYT stood w/FOX News when the Obama admin attacked us & tried 2 exclude us," Baier tweeted on Friday afternoon, before adding, "a WH gaggle should be open to all credentialed orgs." Baier's tweet was in reference to the "gaggle" that was held by Spicer with only a small select group of news outlets, which included right-wing Breitbart News.

In addition to Baier, one conservative host on MSNBC also took to Twitter to voice his opposition to Donald Trump and the ban in question.

"All news organizations must refuse to attend briefings where major outlets are excluded because of critical coverage," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough tweeted out. Once a friend of the president, Scarborough, along with "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski, has seen that relationship crumble as they have become more critical of the billionaire real estate with each passing day.

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The list of news outlets that are banned include CNN, the New York Times, the BBC, the Los Angels Times, The New York Daily News, and even Buzzfeed. TIME magazine and the Associated Press weren't restricted, but refused to attend the gaggle in boycott and protest to the decision made by the White House.