Since the recent Islamic terrorist attacks in London, Donald Trump has received harsh criticism from the media in response to the comments he made just minutes have the incident took place. In defense of the president, Kellyanne Conway was out in full force to blame the media.

Conway on Trump

During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made it clear that fighting back against the rise and spread of Islamic terrorism into the West would be one of his top priorities. While combating terrorism is a major issue for any administration, Trump made it a focal point of his campaign, with many saying the former host of "The Apprentice" went too far with his rhetoric.

Trump called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, a complete shutdown of the refugee program, while demanding "extreme vetting," and also suggesting the mass deportation of over the 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States. After the aforementioned attacks in London over the weekend, Trump once again put the focus back on making his travel ban the law, despite his executive order on the issue being shot down by two federal judges. Trump also went as far as blasting the mayor of London for his remarks after the attack took place, doing so in a series of tweets. As seen during the June 5 edition of the "Today Show" on ABC, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway continued her non-stop defense of the president and his actions.

Joining hosts Craig Melvin and Savannah Guthrie, Kellyanne Conway was clearly not in the mood for a calm conversation as she ripped into the media for their constant reporting of Donald Trump's tweets, while also defending the president over his comments about the mayor of London.

"This obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter and very little of what he does as president," Conway said.

When pressed on why Donald Trump uses Twitter as his number one form of communication, Kellyanne Conway quickly hit back, saying, "That's not true." Craig Melvin then offered his response, informing Conway that Trump has not given an interview in three weeks and instead leaves his communication isolated to social media.

Conway didn't respond, but instead nodded her head and smirked.

Tension rises

Savannah Guthrie went on to ask if whether or not Donald Trump should offer an apology to London Mayor Sadiq Khan for his critical remarks, but Kellyanne Conway once again blew the conversation off. "You want to make this about something other than what’s its about," Conway said, before deflecting the conversation into a description of the terrorists, labeling them "savage murders."