Over the last few weeks, Donald Trump has continued to act in a controversial manner that has led to even more political division in the United States. Following the recent white nationalist rally turned riot in Virginia, the president has caused massive backlash, with many high-profiled critics speaking out.

Reid on Trump

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015, it became more than obvious that he would not be on the same page as the majority of the mainstream media. From the moment the former host of "The Apprentice" referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," the press pushed back.

In the two years that followed, Trump and the media would continue to engage in a heated war of words, which peaked when the billionaire real estate mogul started referring to any reports he disagreed with as "fake news." Since his inauguration last January, the press put even more pressure on the president, with some members of the media taking time to call out the White House on an almost daily basis. As seen on her Twitter account on August, MSNBC host Joe Reid went on a lengthy rant targeting Trump over multiple issues.

Taking to her Twitter feed on Sunday afternoon, host of "A.M.

Joy" on MSNBC, Joy Reid, gave her blunt thoughts about Donald Trump. "I had to check the date on this to make sure this man actually tweeted this today, with Texas still fighting a killer storm," Reid posted in response to Trump's earlier tweet focusing on building a border wall while Hurricane Harvey hits Texas.

"Trump's first tweet this morning was to promote the book of a guy who ran a jail where at least 4 people died (one of dehydration)," Joy Reid replied after Donald Trump decided to promote the new book by controversial sheriff David Clarke.

Not stopping there, Reid then went on a multi-tweet attack against the president, while summing up some of the negative aspects about his administration.

Reid unloads

"Trump shows more passion standing up for white nationalist goons in Charlottesville and monuments to the racist, slave-holding confederacy ...than he has for storm victims in Texas (a state he won, so given his ego, you'd think he'd care.)," Joy Reid tweeted, before asking, "What do you call a person like that?"

"And quite frankly, what are we supposed to make of the people who, knowing all of that, continue to support and even revere him?" Joy Reid continued.

"Help me out here. Because I hear a lot of calls to 'unify' the country, but I can promise you we can't unify around that," she added. Like others in the media, the MSNBC host is not a fan of the president, and her opinion doesn't look to be changing anytime soon.