Following his week-long foreign trip, Donald Trump has returned to social media and decided to highlight a controversial topic. After the president appeared to defend a Republican candidate who attacked a reporter, it was clear that Trump has not changed his tune.

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Since the day Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, he changed the game and direction of American politics. While Trump's rhetoric has often came under fire from Democrats, liberals, and the mainstream media, more conservative Americans flocked to his side.

The former host of "The Apprentice" was able to ride that momentum to the GOP nomination at the Republican National Convention last summer, and eventually to an upset general election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. While Trump might have walked out a winner, it didn't come without controversy and backlash that has carried over to his administration. Part of the Trump appeal has been his war of words with the media, which has rubbed off on other Republicans, including Greg Gianforte from Montana. One day before a special election was held last week, Gianforte reportedly body slammed a reporter for asking a question about Trump's health care plan, leading to him being booked by the police.

Despite this, Gianforte won the election and is set to become the new Republican representative from the state. On May 28, the president decided to address the issue during his morning tweetstorm.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning, Donald Trump lashed out over a variety of issues, including what took place during the Montana election.

"Big win in Montana for Republicans!" Trump tweeted out. "Does anyone notice how the Montana Congressional race was such a big deal to Dems & Fake News until the Republican won? V was poorly covered," Trump tweeted in a follow-up message.

Doubling down on his "fake news" rant, Donald Trump decided to send out several more angry tweets in opposition to the media.

"Whenever you see the words 'sources say' in the fake news media, and they don't mention names it is very possible that those sources don't exist but are made up by fake news writers," the president wrote, before adding, "#FakeNews is the enemy!"

Next up

During his foreign trip, White House aides and staff members reportedly made it clear that Donald Trump should dial back his aggressive tweets. Though that might have been the case, the billionaire real estate mogul appears comfortable that he is back in the United States and isn't hold back his thoughts on social media. Moving forward, Trump will be forced to deal with the ongoing and growing scandal linking his administration to Russia, with his son-in-law Jared Kushner now under FBI scrutiny.