Over the weekend, Donald Trump advisor stephen miller became a household name for his controversial appearances on several Sunday talk shows. After MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was critical of Miller, Fox News host Sean Hannity quickly lashed out on Twitter.

Hannity on Scarborough

During interviews on ABC's "This Week" and NBC's "Meet the Press" over the weekend, Donald Trump senior advisor Stephen Miller made remarks about a wide rage of topics that left many scratching their heads. Among the comments made, Miller said that the White House "would not be questioned," and that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer shouldn't be criticized because he is always "100 percent correct." On Thursday's edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski ripped into Miller, claiming he was only hurting the Trump administration.

In response, Sean Hannity of Fox News was not happy with how the hosts at MSNBC handled the issue, and went off on a long Twitter rant. As seen on his Twitter feed on February 13, Hannity was not done giving his opinion.

After Scarborough sent out a critical tweet of Miller on Sunday, it triggered Sean Hannity into a wild tweet-storm. "Joe why don't you focus on getting your horrific ratings up.

They totally suck," Hannity wrote, before adding, "And I'll take Steve Miller on my team over u any day."

In a follow-up message, Hannity continued, tweeting, "Joe What an elitist snob.

Obviously Steve was talking about enumerated constitutional powers of the POTUS being commander in chief."

Hannity goes forward

"Joe u would cede executive power to unelected and unaccountable judicial activists on the 9th circuit?

@POTUS cited USC 8 1182. Read it!!!" Sean Hannity demanded of Joe Scarborough on Twitter. The Fox News didn't stop there, and only continued in his defense of Miller, despite a growing backlash against him.

Hours later, Sean Hannity was back on social media, and continue to pile on the MSNBC host. "We know why you really won't respond Joe.

Don't we? So you viciously and arrogantly attack a person you know Cannot Fight back," he wrote. This isn't the first time that the two hosts have had a war of words, as they have made it clear that there is no love lost between the two. Fox News continues to dominate in the ratings when it comes to cable news coverage, and is seen as the go-to news channel for conservatives in the United States. While Scarborough is Republican, being former member of Congress, he hasn't held back his criticism of some fellow members of the GOP, including President Donald Trump. While the MSNBC host has yet to respond, it's likely that Hannity is not done giving his thoughts on the matter at hand.