It's no secret that MSNBC host Joe Scarborough is not a fan of Donald Trump. As the scandals and controversies continue to surround the White House, Scarborough doesn't seem to be letting his foot off the gas of criticism.

Joe on Trump

When Donald Trump first announced his plan to run for president, he did so by getting off on the wrong foot with most of the mainstream media. Trump's comments about illegal immigrants from Mexico being "rapists" and "murderers" received instant backlash, which planted the seed for the rift between both sides to grow into the uncomfortable situation that it has become.

However, some hosts and members of the media took time before they got off the Trump train, including MSNBC host Joe Scarborough. During the early states of the 2016 presidential election, the former host of "The Apprentice" would make regular stops on "Morning Joe," joining Scarborough and fellow co-host Mika Brzezinski. Despite this, the friendship between the hosts and the billionaire real estate mogul quickly deteriorated, as Trump's controversial rhetoric and policies proved too much for the Scarborough and Brzezinski to support. Since Inauguration Day, the two hosts have become some of the president's most vocal critics, bashing the president on an almost routine basis which was seen during the June 7 edition of "Morning Joe."

While speaking with guest panelist and former Republican adviser Steve Schmidt, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough ripped into Donald Trump, accusing the president of trying to bribe people with food and invites to the White House.

In response to the news that Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Tom Cotton recently had dinner with the president at the White House, Scarborough didn't hold back.

"“Donald Trump, again, being a schmuck thinking he can buy people’s integrity by inviting them over to the White House and wowing them?" Joe Scarborough said as Steve Schmidt looked on.

"I'm sorry, that's how he thinks," Scarborough continued. The host went on to say that he has had personal experience with Trump trying to bribe people to get them on his good side, adding, "He thinks if he invites you to the White House and gives you food that you are going to cut him a break, cut him slack."

Moving forward

While Joe Scarborough and other media critics continue to hold Donald Trump's feet to the fire, it doesn't appear that the president will be changing his ways anytime soon.

The next step for the president is dealing with the public testimony of James Comey, the former FBI director who was recently fired and is scheduled to give his thoughts on the Russian investigation to congress on Thursday.