As Donald Trump continues on with his presidency, he has increased his use of Twitter while his feud with the mainstream media heats up. With the pressure mounting on the president, Trump is not holding back his thoughts on the press.

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It all started when Donald Trump stood on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City back in June 2015 and announced that he would be running for president. During his speech, the former host of "The Apprentice" addressed his plans for immigration reform, while labeling those who enter the United States illegally from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Instantly Trump was hit with harsh criticism from the media, as the seed of bad blood was planted between both sides, which has only gotten worse as time has gone on.

Due to his rift with the press, Trump would go on to make Twitter his number one form of communication, blasting any story he didn't agree with as "Fake News." In recent days, Trump has amped up his social media user ever since the Islamic terrorist attack took place in London. Over the last 72 hours, Trump has used the terrorist attack to promote his controversial travel ban, launch an attack on the mayor of London, while also lashing out against political correctness, gun control, and the media. As seen during his latest series of tweets on June 6, the president still as a lot to get off of his chest.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump targeted the media once again.

"The FAKE MSM is working so hard trying to get me not to use Social Media," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "They hate that I can get the honest and unfiltered message out."

Not stopping there, Donald Trump went on to send out two more tweets dealing with the media and the recent Islamic terrorist attacks.

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"During my recent trip to the Middle East I stated that there can no longer be funding of Radical Ideology. Leaders pointed to Qatar - look!" he wrote. "Sorry folks, but if I would have relied on the Fake News of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, washpost or nytimes, I would have had ZERO chance winning WH," Trump concluded in his final social media post as of press time.

Though the billionaire real estate has kicked his use of Twitter into high gear as of late, not everyone thinks it's a good idea.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump continues to use social media to voice his frustrations, some Republicans are starting to get worried. On Monday, George Conway, husband of Kellyanne Conway, ripped into the president for his increased Twitter use, while conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham expressed her concern during a recent Fox News interview.