It's no secret that Donald Trump and the mainstream media don't see eye to eye. After 100 Days of being the White House, it doesn't seem like the media is willing to hold back their criticism anytime soon.

MSNBC on Trump

Ever since the start of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has been on the wrong side of the battle with the media. It all started when Trump announced his candidacy for president and referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists." The media quickly pounced on Trump, with critics calling him a "bigot," "racist," and a variety of other negative terms.

Since then, Trump's relationship with the press has only gotten worse, as he now calls any reports that push back at his agenda as "fake news." Since he was elected and sworn into office, Trump has been forced to deal with a constant stream of controversy that has been stuck in the headlines for the better part of 2017. As the president does his best to re-brand his administration after three months in office, the panel on MSNBC didn't seem to buy it while discussing the commander in chief on April 28.

(Deutsch's comments start at 4:00 in the above video.)

During the Friday morning edition of "Morning Joe," MSNBC contributor Donny Deutsch went off on Donald Trump, appearing to give the president a complement that turned into the ultimate trolling.

"Notice when he's (Trump) speaking now, he’s speaking in much more hushed tones," Deutsch observed. " "There seems to be a much more nuanced, rational, restrained," he said.

However, despite the slight praise, Donny Deutsch quickly shifted into troll mode.

"There’s still the political Tourette's," he said of Donald Trump, before noting, "we still get some of these ridiculous things." Deutsch did say he noticed a drastic shift in tone from the billionaire real estate mogul, wondering if Steve Bannon's diminished role in the White House was the cause, while adding, "the meds have changed!"

Moving forward

Though Donald Trump might be attempting to change how he is perceived by the media and the American people, it doesn't seem to be reflecting in a positive way in the polls.

According to the latest round of polling, Trump's approval rating is hovering around 40 percent, making it one of the lowest favorable ratings to start a presidency in years. Despite the negativity that has surrounded his time in office, like the growing Russian scandal, in-fighting in his own administration, and questionable calls on foreign policy, it doesn't appear as if Trump is willing to change is core anytime soon.