Over the last 24 hours, the biggest story to dominate the political headlines has been over Donald Trump's controversial tweets about the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe." In response, Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough wrote an op-ed where they didn't hold back with their thoughts about the president, before later breaking their silence on the air.

"Morning Joe" on Trump

Donald Trump is not a fan of the mainstream media, and this has been evident since the early days of the 2016 presidential election. From the day the former host of "The Apprentice" announced that he was running for office, he started his feud with the press when he labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." While the majority of the media initially reacted to his candidacy as a joke, Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough were willing to give him a chance, holding multiple interviews with the billionaire real estate mogul in the process.

However, as time has moved on, the duo have become two of Trump's most vocal critics, resulting in the president lashing out at the program on more than one occasion. On Thursday morning, Trump took to Twitter were he labeled Scarborough as "psycho," while accusing "low I.Q." Brzezinski of bleeding from facelift during last New Year's Eve. In response, the hosts fired back with an op-ed on June 30.

In their response to Donald Trump's tweets, Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough didn't hold back in their Friday morning op-od. "For those lucky enough to miss Thursday’s West Wing temper tantrum, the president continued a year-long habit of lashing out at 'Morning Joe' while claiming to never watch it," the Washington Post op-ed wrote.

The hosts, who were recently engaged, claimed Donald Trump's tweets were a "fit a flurry of falsehoods" which were "laughable" and a clear "lie." "Putting aside Mr. Trump’s never-ending obsession with women’s blood, Mika and her face were perfectly intact, as pictures from that night reveal," the piece read.

On the air

In addition, the couple postponed their planned vacation to appear on the program to deliver an on-air response. "Yesterday was just another example of how deeply personal he is.

He attacks women because he fears women," Joe Scarborough said.

Mika Brzezinski also fired back, pointing out, "It is unbelievably alarming that this president is so easily played by a cable news host." Despite the remarks from the president, it appears that the hosts of "Morning Joe" are not going to back down anytime soon.