Over the last two weeks since Donald Trump has been in office as president, the administration has only increased their war of words with the news media. For Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, the pressure appears to be getting to her.

Conway chaos

Kellyanne Conway arrived on the national stage last August when she replaced the departing Paul Manafort as the campaign manager for Donald Trump. In the months that would follow, Conway would become a regular on cable news shows, often clashing with hosts and other guests with her non-stop defense of the former host of "The Apprentice." Just days after Trump was sworn into office as the new commander in chief, Conway appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" where she first used the term "alternative facts" to describe apparent falsehoods coming out of the White House.

During an interview with MSNBC on Wednesday, Conway cited a nonexistent Islamic terrorist attack to defend the recent "Muslim ban," and was quickly called out and debunked. In a series of Twitter posts on February 3, Conway lashed out.

While speaking to MSNBC host Chris Matthews, Kellyanne Conway attempted to defend the recently signed executive order that has since been labeled a "Muslim ban," by citing a 2011 order by President Obama that temporarily restricted travel from Iraq. Conway pointed out that two Iraqi refugees "were the masterminds behind the bowling green massacre," but no such incident ever actually occurred.

The event in question involved two Iraqis, who previously lived in Bowling Green, being radicalized and committing terror acts in the Middle East. In an attempt to clarify her remarks, Conway vented on Twitter.

After posting an article over the aforementioned attack, Conway then went on her tirade.

"NBC reporter texted me at 632am re:a diff story; never asked what I meant on @Hardball b4 slamming me on @TODAYshow Not cool,not journalism," Conway posted. "Honest mistakes abound. Last night, prominent editor of liberal site apologized for almost running a story," she went on to post, while adding, "re: tweet from fake account yet won't name him, attack him, get the base 2 descend upon him.

Same with MLKJr bust fake story. It's called class, grace, deep breath."

(Original interview clip over "Bowling Green massacre" on MSNBC."

Media clash

Over the course of his entire presidential campaign, Donald Trump and his team have been involved in a feud with the mainstream media. If his first two weeks is any inclination about what the future may hold, the rift between both sides is likely to continue.