Since the day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he's had an issue with the mainstream media. Fast forward to two months into his presidency and Trump's relationship with the press is only getting worse, which was evident during his latest rant on Twitter.

Trump on media

On the day Donald Trump announced his plans to run for president, he stood at a podium inside Trump Tower in New York City and labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." As expected, the media was quick to hit back at Trump's language, which resulted in backlash from the press and millions of Americans who would go on to refer to the future president as a bigot.

In response, the former host of "The Apprentice" started his feud with the press, who he believed took his words out of context, which would be a theme that would continue over the rest of his campaign, and into his time in office. Following his election last November, Trump's feud with reporters and journalists only got worse, with the president now referring to the media he doesn't agree with as "fake news." As seen on his Twitter account on March 29, Trump is not done with his criticism of the press.

To start off his Wednesday morning, Donald Trump took to Twitter to criticize the press for their recent reporting of his administration.

"Remember when the failing @nytimes apologized to its subscribers, right after the election, because their coverage was so wrong," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Now worse!"

While Donald Trump's first social media message was a specific attack on the New York Times, his follow-up tweet was more vague.

"If the people of our great country could only see how viciously and inaccurately my administration is covered by certain media!," he concluded.

Next up

Though Donald Trump continues to pick fights with various media and news outlets, he has bigger issues to deal with in the White House. There's currently an investigation taking place in the House Intelligence Committee regarding Russia's impact on the election in favor of the president, while Trump is also forced to unify his own party who can't seem to come together on various issues, most notably the Republican Party's failed attempt at health care reform.