It's no secret that President Donald Trump and the mainstream news media don't see eye to eye. As he has in the past, the president decided to voice his frustration with the press on social media.

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From the day Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president and labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," he's clashed with the media and nearly all reporters and journalists in the process. With the exception of a select few and the those in the more conservative media, the former host of "The Apprentice" has made it part of his weekly routine to lash out at the media anytime a story is released that reflects negatively on himself, his political agenda, or his administration.

During his campaign for president, Trump would bash journalists, going as far as referring to them as "terrible," while claiming they were the most "dishonest people" he's ever met in his life. The tension between both sides has only increased since the election, as the scandal surrounding Russia's interference in hacking the Democratic National Committee and impacting the Trump administration has continued to grow. As seen on his Twitter account on April 17, Trump is back with his criticism of the press.

Taking to his official Twitter feed on Monday morning, Donald Trump was quick to start his day by ripping into the media, while offering praise to the one cable news network that often stands by his policies.

The billionaire real estate mogul posted a quote from that morning's episode of "Fox & Friends," stating, "'The first 90 days of my presidency has exposed the total failure of the last eight years of foreign policy!'" Trump added "So true" to his tweet, before tagging the program in question.

In a follow-up tweet just minutes later, Donald Trump turned his attention to the alleged "fake media." "The Fake Media (not Real Media) has gotten even worse since the election.

Every story is badly slanted," Trump wrote in his Twitter post, before concluding with "We have to hold them to the truth!"

Moving forward

While Donald Trump has only been in office for around three months, his time as commander in chief has been marred by constant controversy dealing with the aforementioned Russian scandal, in-fighting within his own administration, his inability to unite the Republican Party, as well as legislative failures dealing with health care, as well as his doomed executive orders. The media continues to report on what is taking place, which doesn't appear to be going over well with the president.