Ever since the election of Donald Trump, the president and his administration have been in a war of words with the media. In recent weeks, White House advisers have found themselves caught up in controversial situations, which has now led them to be blackballed from certain news shows.

Conway and MSNBC

Just over two weeks ago, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway was a guest on NBC's "Meet the Press" where she coined the phrase "alternative facts" to describe the falsehoods that have been pushed by the White House. Within days, Conway sat down with MSNBC host Chris Matthews in an attempt to defend the controversial "Muslim ban" executive order.

As part of her justification of the ban, Conway cited the nonexistent "Bowling Green Massacre" for why the executive order was needed, which resulted in instant backlash and mockery. With Conway and other advisers continuing to be fact-checked and debunked, one show on MSNBC is no longer interested in having her on the network, as reported by MSNBC on February 15.

During Wednesday morning's edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, host Mika Brzezinski announced that Kellyanne Conway would not be booked as a guest in the future. "I know for a fact she tries to book herself on this show, and I won't do it," Brzezinski confirmed. "Every time I've ever seen her on television, something is askew, off, or incorrect," she added.

Brzezinski went on to say that "Kellyanne Conway does not need to text our show, just as long as I'm on it" before adding, "It's not happening here."

Mika Brzezinski appeared to have lost patience with Kellyanne Conway after the former host of "The Apprentice" got into a heated exchange with fellow MSNBC host Steve Kornacki, and when "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough was critical of the former campaign manager's appearance on Tuesday's "Good Morning America." In response, Donald Trump took a shot at MSNBC during his early morning tweet-storm, and labeled the network, along with CNN, as "fake news."

Moving forward

With each passing day, it appears that Donald Trump is only adding fuel to the fire when it comes to his feud with the mainstream media. With the exception of Fox News and more right-wing media outlets, the former host of "The Apprentice" has shown no signs of slowing down his backlash to the press.