It's no secret that the mainstream media and the Donald Trump administration don't often see eye to eye. After Kellyanne Conway was interviewed by Anderson Cooper earlier this week, the feud between both sides only intensified.

Conway on Cooper

When Donald Trump announced his plan to run for president back in June 2015, he did so while labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The media quickly reacted accordingly, pushing back at the former host of "The Apprentice" over his controversial remarks and setting the stage for a war of words that continues until present day.

Trump would routinely bash the press on the campaign trail, referring to journalists as "the worst people" he's ever met. Since being elected, Trump has gone on to call any reports he doesn't agree with as "fake news," while members of his administration have backed him up and pushed the White House narrative against the media ever since. Out of all the Trump advisers and associates to get into it with press, Kellyanne Conway has been the one who has seen her name end up in the headlines the most. Despite her best effort, Conway has often found herself on the wrong side of the story, infamously coining the phrase "alternative facts," while once citing the fake "Bowling Green Massacre" as part of her defense of the "Muslim ban" executive order.

As seen on Fox News on May 11, Conway ripped into CNN host Anderson Cooper for rolling his eyes at her during an interview earlier this week.

Joining the crew of "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning, Kellyanne Conway opened up about her recent interview with CNN host Anderson Cooper.

While the consensus was that Conway failed to defend Donald Trump over his decision to fire James Comey as director of the FBI, Fox News and members of the right-wing media have shifted the narrative into an attack on Cooper.

After complaining that Anderson Cooper played clips of Donald Trump's apparent hypocrisy over his feelings on James Comey, Kellyanne Conway went on to accuse the host of sexism, while taking a shot at Hillary Clinton in the process.

"Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse for why her disastrous candidacy and campaign lost six months ago," Conway said.

"I face sexism a lot of times when I show up for interviews like that," Kellyanne Conway went on to say in regards to Anderson Cooper. "Can you imagine rolling your eyes. Having a male anchor on a network roll eyes at Hillary Clinton?" she wondered.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump and his team continue to battle it out with the media, it appears as if the rift between both sides is not going to improve anytime soon. With just a 40 percent approval rating, Trump is in a position where the American people are not on his side just four months into his presidency.