In the history of the United States of America, politics has never been this entertaining! Donald Trump [VIDEO] may not be the most favorable President, especially with his ratings hovering in the 39th percentile range. However, he sure knows how to make politics a lot less boring. And since he became the 45th President of the United States, [VIDEO] he has openly bashed the U.S. media industry referring to them as "fake news outlets."

United States President trolls U.S. news media outlets

Recently, the US President bashed the news outlets as fake media because they had failed to report all of his great achievements during his first 100 Days in the White House.

Trump said his administration is one of the most successful in the history of the United States. He also added that he managed to bring back needed employment in the U.S. job market.

According to Trump, because of his policies, large corporations in the automobile industry have moved their operations back to the country, after inviting them to help create jobs in the US economy. Trump also said large organizations don’t want to leave the country anymore, instead, they want to stay and enjoy the success that the U.S. economy has seen since he took over the White House.

Although Donald Trump signed 28 laws, they are not of much significance. Critics are saying that none of the bills coincide with the huge promises he made while on the campaign trail.

Trump: no evidence of Russian election interference

In another portion of his latest tirade, the very outspoken President took to his favorite social media platform and bashed the news outlets once again.

Trump went on Twitter and said the fake news media should be very unhappy since they are unable to find any evidence linking his campaign team to Russia.

The President seems to be upset that Sally Yates, the former acting Attorney General, and James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence were called to testify at a hearing about the Russian hack. The Senate subcommittee investigating the possible ties between Russia and Donald Trump's campaign team summoned both Republicans.

Yates and Clapper were asked to testify in front of the subcommittee about the infamous incident that influenced voters to help the astute businessman win the 2016 election. Allegedly, Russia's President, Vladimir Putin hired hackers to hack the Democratic nominee's e-mail account and used the information to sway the election in Donald Trump's favor.