One of the biggest criticisms of Donald Trump has been his constant push of inaccurate information. After being pressed on this issue during a recent interview, the president went off on a child-like rant.

Trump on TIME

Since the start of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has made a habit out of stretching the truth to fit his agenda. Over the last year and half, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been fact-checked and debunked on a routine basis, resulting in Trump labeling the reports he doesn't' agree with as "Fake News." Following the election, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway used the term "alternative facts" to describe the falsehoods coming out of the White House.

Conway was quickly mocked for her use of the term, though it's stuck as a description for the administration. As reported by TIME Magazine on March 23, Trump took part in a phone interview with the publication, but went off on an awkward rant after being questioned about his credibility.

During an interview with TIME's Washington Bureau Chief Michael Scherer, Donald Trump refused to admit that he was wrong on a variety of issues, regardless of the facts that have been presented. "I'm a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right," Trump told Scherer. The president then continued to defend his recent conspiracy about Barack Obama wiretapping his office at Trump Tower, insisting, "I have articles saying it happened."

At one point during the interview, Donald Trump explained that he "inherited a mess," repeating the phrase six times during the answer to one question.

At this point, Trump told Michael Scherer that he thought he was doing well, mocking the reporter for not being the commander in chief like he was. "Hey look, in the mean time, I guess, I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president, and you’re not," Trump said, before adding, "You know. Say hello to everybody OK?"

Moving forward

As Donald Trump continues his feud with the media, the administration is dealing with a constant stream of controversy that increases by the day. While Trump has only been in office for two months, it doesn't appear like he's willing to back down from his agenda anytime soon.