After six months in office and Donald Trump is still engaging in a heated war of words with the mainstream media. With his time in the White House continuing, the president has decided to hit back at the press while taking his frustrations out on social media..

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It started the moment Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, as the future commander in chief set off the feud between himself and the media when he referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The tension grew throughout the 2016 presidential election, with the former host of "The Apprentice" taking his rage out on the press during the campaign trail, going as far as referring to journalists as "terrible" and "the worst people" he's ever met.

Since Trump's inauguration, the rift between the media and the president has only gotten worse, especially as the Russian scandal takes over the headlines on an almost daily basis. The most recent twist in the feud took place last week when CNN was forced to retract a story which falsely linked a Russian bank to the president. As expected, the White House was quick to rip into the network, labeling them and most of the media as "fake news." As seen on his Twitter account on June 28, Trump has expanded his criticism to include other well-respected news outlets.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump didn't hold back his thoughts on two of the top newspapers in the country.

"The failing New York Times writes false story after false story about me. They don't even call to verify the facts of a story," Trump tweeted, before adding, "A Fake News Joke!" "Some of the Fake News Media likes to say that I am not totally engaged in healthcare," he continued, while noting, "Wrong, I know the subject well & want victory for U.S."

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then shifted his criticism to the Washington Post.

"The #AmazonWashingtonPost, sometimes referred to as the guardian of Amazon not paying internet taxes (which they should) is FAKE NEWS!" he posted on Twitter. Trump's harsh words for the New York Times and Washington Post doesn't come as a surprise, as he banned both publications from a White House press briefing earlier this year.

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As expected, Donald Trump is using CNN's blunder to his advantage by attempting to lump all the media together and have them tied back to the network's mistake. While the president and his supporters continue their attack on the press, the bad blood between both sides doesn't look to be ending anytime soon.