The story that is dominating the news cycle ever since the election of Donald Trump has been over what impact Russia had on the 2016 presidential election. With a new twist developing on a daily basis, the president is voicing his outrage on social media.

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The potential link between President Donald Trump and Russia has been rumored since the early days of the election, with speculation only increasing since the billionaire real estate mogul was sworn into office last January. The rumors started when Trump refused to release his tax returns, leading many to wonder what the former host of "The Apprentice" was possibly hiding in his financial history.

As the months moved on, former campaign manager Paul Manafort was forced to step down from his role after he was exposed for having financial ties back to the Kremlin. The issue just got worse for Trump after the election when it was revealed that Russia not only hacked the Democratic National Committee, but did so in his favor. The story has only taken more controversial twists and turns since then, prompting the White House to attempt to deflect onto other issues, including the baseless claim that Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. As seen on Twitter on April 1, Trump is not happy with the media's coverage of the events.

Taking to his Twitter account early Saturday morning, Donald Trump expressed his anger that the media is not reporting the news in the way he would like.

"When will Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd and @NBCNews start talking about the Obama SURVEILLANCE SCANDAL and stop with the Fake Trump/Russia story?" Trump tweeted out in an attack on the moderator of 'Meet the Press.'"

In a follow-up message on Twitter, Donald Trump expanded his criticism from Chuck Todd to a more vague attack on the media in general.

"It is the same Fake News Media that said there is 'no path to victory for Trump' that is now pushing the phony Russia story," Trump wrote on Twitter, before adding, "A total scam!"

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As expected, Donald Trump is not happy with the mainstream media. The feud between the president and the press has only gotten worse over the last few months, and if Trump's tweets are an example of how it will play out in the future, their relationship will not improve anytime soon.