It's no secret that Donald Trump hasn't gotten along with many members of the mainstream media. After six months in the White House, the president is still piling on his war of words with the press.

Trump on "Morning Joe"

It's been just over two years since Donald Trump created a media frenzy by announcing his campaign for president at his very own Trump Tower in New York City. After his announcement, the majority of the media pushed back, with many believing his run for office was nothing more than a stunt to generate higher ratings for his reality show.

At first, some members of the media were willing to give Trump a chance, including the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. However, as time moved on, the duo became increasingly critical of the former host of "The Apprentice," leading to Trump tweeting out his thoughts and mocking the show for its ratings. In the months since Trump's inauguration, Scarborough and Brzezinski have increased their criticism of the president, going as far as banning Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway from their program. In response, Trump decided to add his thoughts with a pair of new tweets on June 29.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday morning was Donald Trump who didn't hold back his thoughts on Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.

"I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore)," Trump tweeted out. Not stopping there, the billionaire real estate mogul continued with his tweetstorm.

"Then how come low I.Q.

Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year's Eve, and insisted on joining me," Donald Trump wondered. Concluding his tweet, the president made a controversial allegation about the female MSNBC host. "She was bleeding badly from a face-lift," Trump said of Brzezinski, while adding, "I said no!" Trump's remarks come as his battle with traditional media has kicked into high-gear, especially following the recently retracted article by CNN which falsely linked the commander in chief to a Russian bank.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump continues his feud with members of the media, he also has more important things to worry about. With the Russian scandal growing by the day, the controversy surrounding his health care bill, and the in-fighting within his own administration, only time will tell how the rest of his presidency plays out.