In the two years that Donald Trump has been an official politician, he's usually had Fox News to fall back on as his own media safe space. After five months in office and growing controversy surrounding him, even some on the conservative network are pulling back their support and holding Trump's feet to the fire.

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It all started two summers ago on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City. With his family by his side, Donald Trump stood up at a podium and announced that he was going to run for president. During his speech, Trump made his infamous remarks about illegal immigrants from Mexico being "rapists" and "murderers," which kicked off his war with the media that continues until present day.

While most in the press pushed back at Trump, the majority of the personalities on Fox News were supportive, with some like Sean Hannity going as far as becoming an almost running infomercial for his campaign and political agenda. While this still holds true at times, there are some at Fox News who aren't pleased with what is going down in the White House. Between the growing Russian scandal, in-fighting within his own administration, controversial tweetstorms, and allegations that don't stand up to facts, Trump is now facing criticism from some conservative hosts who appear to have had enough. During the June 6 edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto," the president was put on blast.

During the "Common Sense" segment of his program, Fox News host Neil Cavuto ripped into Donald Trump for his latest string of Twitter posts, while also hitting back at the president for his need to always blame alleged "fake news" for the problems in his administration.

"It's not the fake news media that’s your problem, it's you," Cavuto said.

"It's not just your tweeting, it's your scapegoating," Neil Cavuto went on to say, while adding, "it's your refusal to see that sometimes you're the one who’s feeding your own beast." Not stopping there, the Fox News host continued to fire back at the commander in chief, this time citing his recent comments on social media.

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"They (media) didn’t tweet disparaging comments about a London mayor in the middle of a murder spree. You did," Neil Cavuto pointed out. "They didn’t create that needless distraction.

You did. They didn’t get you off your very valid and very promising agenda. You did," he continued. While Cavuto has been a supporter of the billionaire real estate mogul for some time, it appears that some of those who have praised the president in the past are fed up with his most recent actions.

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With even hosts on Fox News jumping off the so-called "Trump Train," Donald Trump is expected to not hold back and continue on with his war against the media. Despite being fact-checked on many issues, the president and his supporters still don't trust the press, creating an interesting situation as the Trump's first year in office moves forward.