Over the last 48 hours, the one headline that has gotten the most attention has been in response to Donald Trump's recent Twitter tirade against the hosts of "Morning Joe." Despite receiving heavy backlash, the president decided to go on the attack once again.

Trump on Twitter

It's well-document that Donald Trump doesn't see eye to eye with the mainstream media. From the day he announced his campaign for president, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been at odds with the press. During the 2016 presidential election, Trump would often spare with the media, going as far as labeling journalists as "terrible" and the "worst people" he's ever met.

Though Trump has found a political safe space in the right-wing media, the majority in the press have been critical of the new president, including the hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Last Thursday, Trump decided to increase his war of words against the hosts of the show, labeling Joe Scarborough as a "psycho," while accusing Mika Brzezinski of having a bloody "facelift." Trump has since been hit hard with criticism, but decided to go further in a tweet on July 1.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday morning was Donald Trump as the president kicked his attack on the "Morning Joe" hosts into high gear.

"Crazy Joe Scarborough and dumb as a rock Mika are not bad people, but their low rated show is dominated by their NBC bosses," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Too bad!"

In a tweet from earlier in the morning, Donald Trump also amped up his feud with CNN.

"I am extremely pleased to see that @CNN has finally been exposed as #FakeNews and garbage journalism," Trump posted on Twitter, while stating, "It's about time!" Trump's tweet was in reference to a recent story that CNN was forced to retract after it falsely linked a Russian bank back to the billionaire real estate mogul. In addition, an audio tape was leaked to the public this week which captured Trump speaking at a recent fundraiser about his plan to potentially sue CNN in the near future.

Trump could be heard on the tape asking if there were any lawyers willing to take on the case.

Moving forward

As Donald Trump's rift with the media continue, it appears that even some Republicans have had enough. House Speaker Paul Ryan was critical of Trump's recent social media posts, as was Sen. Lindsey Graham. While Trump is spending time on his hatred for the media, his approval rating has dropped to below 40 percent and is showing no signs of increasing.