In yet another chapter in the never-ending feud between Donald Trump and the mainstream media, the Washington Post is now the top target of the president. Following a story that didn't go over well with the administration, Trump has decided to lash out at the publication on social media.

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Starting from the early days of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has been battling the mainstream media. As the months moved on, the rhetoric coming from the former host of "The Apprentice" dominated the headlines, which has only continued throughout the first seven months of his presidency.

While there have been many areas for Trump and the press to clash, it's been the ongoing and growing Russian scandal that has caused the biggest rift between both sides. Since his election win over Hillary Clinton last November, Trump has routinely denied any wrongdoing in regards to being in cahoots with Russia, despite overwhelming evidence from various well-respected news outlets and government agencies. The latest twist comes from the Washington Post which reported that the White House is now working with and relying on Russia to fight back against the Islamic State on Syria. As expected, Trump quickly fired back with a series of tweets on July 24.

Taking to his Twitter account on Monday night was Donald Trump and the commander in chief was not happy with the aforementioned story by the Washington Post.

"The Amazon Washington Post fabricated the facts on my ending massive, dangerous, and wasteful payments to Syrian rebels fighting Assad....," Trump tweeted out.

In a follow-up post, Donald Trump continued his attack on the paper.

"So many stories about me in the @washingtonpost are Fake News. They are as bad as ratings challenged @CNN," he tweeted, while asking, "Lobbyist for Amazon and taxes?"

In his final tweet on the matter as of press time, Donald Trump ripped into the Washington Post once again.

"Is Fake News Washington Post being used as a lobbyist weapon against Congress to keep Politicians from looking into Amazon no-tax monopoly?" the president asked in his third tweet of the night.

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As the fight between the mainstream media and Donald Trump continues, it doesn't show any signs of slowing down. While only time will tell if the scandal surrounding Russia becomes the president's downfall, the billionaire real estate mogul and his team appear ready to go down swinging in denial at any and all costs.