On Thursday morning, Donald Trump sent out two tweets that personally attacked the co-hosts on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." As many Trump supporters cheered on, they weren't too happy with how one Fox News host handled his reporting of the incident.

Fox News on Trump

It's no secret that Donald Trump doesn't see eye to eye with the majority of the mainstream media. From the day he kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer 2015, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been at odds with members of the press, which has only escalated since his upset election win over Hillary Clinton last November.

In recent months, Trump and the media have reached a point of no return as it appears unlikely that both sides will ever find common ground in the future. Trump has spent my many hours blasting the press, labeling reports he doesn't agree with as "fake news," and going as far as shutting out members of the media from attending the daily press briefings at the White House. On Thursday, Trump found himself on Twitter reigniting his feud with "Morning Joe," referring to Joe Scarborough as a "psycho," and fellow co-host Mika Brzezinski as someone who has a "low I.Q." and a "facelift." As expected backlash followed, which was highlighted during a June 29 segment on Fox News.

During a Thursday segment on Fox News, host Shepard Smith gave a rundown of the aforementioned controversy surrounding Donald Trump and "Morning Joe." "The president of the United States, Donald Trump, this morning, engaged in what critics are calling sexist cyber bullying in tweets at the MSNBC anchors and 'Morning Joe' co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough," Smith said.

Continuing, Shepard Smith highlighted various tweets from the president's critics, pointing to the massive backlash against him. Smith has been known to be critical of Donald Trump in the past, and it appears as if Fox News viewers have had enough of the host for not taking the side of the commander in chief, which was first reporter by Raw Story.

Twitter reacts

Not long after the show started, Shepard Smith was the victim of an online smear campaign by Fox News viewers who are used to an almost around the clock support system of Donald Trump.

"Really...Shep doesn't like the tweets? Report the news don't act so disgusted, just report the news dude!" one tweet read.

"Are all gay folks as hateful as you? Or were you born full of hate," another Twitter user wrote back, before adding, "Go elsewhere Shep.

Replace face on MSNBC." "What was that, Shep, 13 whole minutes you wasted on tweets today? Im so SICK OF you and your despicable hatred of @POTUS," an additional tweet added.

"How does this guy still have a show?

If I wanted to hear that kind of crap I'd tune into CNN!" another triggered Fox News viewer wrote about Shepard Smith. As the backlash continued, it was clear that viewers of the conservative-leaning network were not comfortable hearing views that weren't in sink with what they believe.