It's no secret that Donald Trump and most of the mainstream media don't see eye to eye. For the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," their disdain for the president is more than obvious.

Joe on Trump

Ever since the start of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has been at odds with the media. From the day he announced his candidacy and referred to illegal immigrants as "rapists" and "murderers," the press has held Trump's feet to the fire, creating a rift between both sides in the process. Despite the feud growing over the last two years, the former host of "The Apprentice" has done his best to avoid the press by relying on social media as his number one form of communication.

Since his shocking upset win over Hillary Clinton on Election Day, Trump has only increased his use of Twitter, despite vowing to be restrained in the area. Over the last week since he returned to the United States from his first foreign trip as president, Trump has amped up his social media use, which was highlighted with an odd tweet just after midnight on Wednesday morning. Trump tweeted out, "Despite all the negative press covfefe," raising questions as to what the word "covfefe" actually meant. The following day, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was forced to defend the tweet, which resulted in even more mockery from the press. This issue was highlighted during the June 1 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC.

During a segment on Thursday's "Morning Joe," MSNBC hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough ripped into Donald Trump, humorously slamming the president over his "covfefe" tweet. "I think you said something before the show that really kind of summed it up," Brzezinski said of Scarborough, before adding, "you know what you said."

Trying to hold back laughter, Mike Brzezinski reminded Joe Scarborough that he compared Donald Trump claiming he meant to tweet the word "covfefe" to a "kid pooping their pants and then saying I meant to do that." "Well yes," Scarborough admitted, while adding, "It would be like somebody pooping their pants and then people looking at it and saying ‘oh that’s modern art don’t you understand.'" "That’s what Covfefe is if anybody wants to know," Brzezinski sarcastically said, stating, "Poopy pants."

Moving forward

As the pressure mounts on the White House, Donald Trump has more serious issues to worry about than a misspelled and incoherent tweet. In recent weeks, the scandal involving Russia has heated up, with son-in-law Jared Kushner now being put under FBI scrutiny for possibly withholding information pertaining to the case at hand.