The feud between Donald Trump and the mainstream media seems to only get worse by the day, and it doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. As the scandal around his administration continues, Trump is using his social media account to voice his frustrations.

Trump on Twitter

It all started when Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president close to two years ago. When addressing his plans for illegal immigration, Trump referred to those entering the country illegally from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists." Backlash from the media came quick, and the press hasn't let up since.

In the months since his upset election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Trump has faced a variety of issues, including the growing Russian Scandal, in-fighting within his own administration, as well as controversial executive orders and policy proposals. Reports have since revealed that even top Republican aides are not sure what Trump is doing in office, with some privately scratching their heads over his recent rhetoric. With the pressure mounting, the former host of "The Apprentice" decided to cover multiple topics during an early morning tweet-storm on May 4.

Taking to Twitter early Thursday morning, Donald Trump covered a variety of issues over a series of tweets.

"Susan Rice, the former National Security Adviser to President Obama, is refusing to testify before a Senate Subcommittee next week on allegations of unmasking Trump transition officials," Trump wrote on Twitter, before adding, "Not good!" The investigation into what role Russia played in the election is heating up, and the president doesn't seem pleased, especially with the upcoming testimony of former interim Attorney General Sally Yates.

Trump on "fake news"

"The Fake News media is officially out of control," Donald Trump tweeted, while noting, "They will do or say anything in order to get attention - never been a time like this!" Within minutes, the billionaire real estate mogul then decided to offer praise to his favorite news channel, Fox News.

"Congratulations to @foxandfriends on its unbelievable ratings hike," he tweeted out.

Donald Trump has long considered Fox News to be a political safe space, especially as his war of words with the media has increased.

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While Donald Trump continues to tweet his anger, his presidency is only three months old and not sitting well with the American people. According to recent polls, only 40 percent of the American people hold a positive view of the president.