Donald Trump and the mainstream media haven't seen eye to eye since the day he announced his campaign for president. After two hosts on MSNBC revealed that Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway is not a fan of the president, one host on Fox News decided to speak out.

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When Donald Trump officially kicked off his presidential campaign, he did so by labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Within minutes, the majority of the media pushed back at Trump's remarks, and the seed was planted that has grown into a full on feud between the two.

During the remainder of the 2016 presidential election, the former host of "The Apprentice" was at odds with the media, referring to journalists as "terrible people" and "liars" during his campaign rallies. Since his election win over Hillary Clinton, Trump has gone on to call any reports that conflicts with his message as "fake news," routinely tweeting out his anger in the process. In return, media outlets and personalities have also pushed back, including the co-hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. On Monday, the two hosts ripped into Kellyanne Conway, while reporting that she would privately smear Trump when the cameras were not rolling, including her alleged admission of needing to take a shower after defending him.

As seen on the May 15 edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Tucker Carlson was not happy with what went down.

During his show on Monday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson was triggered into a lengthy tirade over the allegations made by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski in relation to Kellyanne Conway and her feelings about Donald Trump.

"I have no idea if Kellyanne Conway actually said anything like that, but I do know that TV anchors almost never reveal what their guests have said off camera, and for good reason," Carlson noted, before accusing MSNBC and NBC of destroying the "zone of privacy" between hosts and guests.

"Many journalists believe it’s literally impossible to be unfair to Donald Trump or the people who work for him," Tucker Carlson said, while adding, "Extremism in the pursuit of Trump is no vice." "Media figures, adults...They've succumbed to Trump hatred that is so intense, it has destroyed their judgment and in some cases affected their character," he noted.

Carlson continued his attack, this time expanding his criticism to other news outlets, all while sitting in front of a backdrop that read "Media hysteria."

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While it's unlikely that the "Morning Joe" crew will pull back their criticism of the Donald Trump administration, the president is also expected to keep up with his bashing of the press. While some hosts and anchors have often taken the side of the president, like Tucker Carlson, the majority of the American people don't see it their way, as the former host of "The Apprentice" is sitting on an approval rating that is struggling to break the 40 percent threshold.