The rift between Donald Trump and the mainstream media has only gotten worse as his presidency has moved forward. After the president decided to make shocking allegations [VIDEO] about the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" during his morning tweetstorm, one of them decided to fire back.

"Morning Joe" on Trump

For the better part of the last two years, Donald Trump has dominated the headlines on a daily basis. From his controversial rhetoric to his questionable policy proposals, the former host of "The Apprentice" changed the game of American politics and it's unlikely that it will ever return to its previous form. The initial reaction to Trump's campaign was almost universally negative, with most members of the mainstream media holding his feet to the fire.

For a network like MSNBC, it was expected that the liberal-leaning hosts would be critical of Trump, but for Republican "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough, he gave the billionaire real estate mogul a chance. Despite this, the rift between the two became real, as Scarborough and fellow co-host Mika Brzezinski began criticizing Trump and have become two of the highest-profiled names in cable news to oppose the president. On the morning of June 29, Trump took to Twitter to insult the duo, which was met with instant trolling in return.

On Thursday morning, Donald Trump broke his recent silence about "Morning Joe" and their increased criticism of his administration. Trump went on to label Joe Scarborough as a "psycho," and Mika Brzezinski as "low I.Q." and "crazy." In addition, Trump claimed that the couple tried to spend time with him on New Year's Eve, but were turned down because of Brzezinski's alleged bloody "face-lit."

Mika responds

In response to Donald Trump's controversial tweet and allegations, Mika Brzezinski took to Twitter and fired back using just a humorous meme.

Brzezinski's tweet was a picture of a small child reaching over a cereal box with the worlds "made for little hands" written across, in a slap at the theme that Trump has tiny hands.

Joe Scarborough, who recently became engaged to Mika Brzezinski, didn't respond himself, but did re-tweet a comment by CNN's Jake Tapper. "This reminds me: how is @FLOTUS's campaign against cyber-bullying going?" Tapper wondered on Twitter. As the bad blood between "Morning Joe" and Donald Trump continues, it is showing no signs that the president's relationship with the media will be getting better at any point in the near future.