The feud between Donald Trump and CNN has reached a fever pitch. Kellyanne Conway and other top White House officials are no longer being allowed to appear on the network due to the recent issues between both sides.

Conway on CNN

Ever since the start of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has engaged in a war of words with the media. Whether it's taking shots at newspapers like The New York Times, hosts and reporters like Megyn Kelly and Jim Acosta, or networks like CNN, the former host of "The Apprentice" has made it clear that he is not a fan of the news media.

Since Inauguration Day, Trump and his team have only amped up their feud with members of the press, using CNN as their top target, while referring to the network as "fake news." As reported by Politico, and later Raw Story, on February 1, Kellyanne Conway and others will not be appearing on the cable news channel anytime soon.

According to the report in Politico, the White House has issued a temporary ban on sending their representatives on CNN because the network doesn't "promote" their best interests. "We're sending surrogates to places where we think it makes sense to promote our agenda," one White House offical confirmed.

An anonymous CNN reporter went into further details, explaining, "They’re trying to cull CNN from the herd."

Former Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway was the most frequent Trump administration offical to appear on the network, but hasn't done so in over two weeks.

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After Donald Trump held his now in famous press conference where he got into a heated exchange with Jim Acosta of CNN, no White House offical has appeared on the cable news channel. As of press time, it's not known if the ban will include White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer refusing to take questions from CNN at his daily press conferences.

Moving forward

As the feud between Donald Trump and the media continues, it appears that CNN is now the number one target that is being iced out of the White House. Trump has had various enemies in the press since he announced his campaign for president, but his rift with CNN looks to be the most serious, and on a whole different level.