Donald Trump's feud with the mainstream media is well-documented and it doesn't look to be ending at any point in the near future. After Facebook handed over information detailing ads purchases by Russian operatives during the 2016 presidential election to Congress, Trump decided to offer his opinions on the issue at hand.

Trump on Facebook

It all started back in June 2015 when Donald Trump stood on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City and caused a media frenzy. With his family by his side, the former host of "The Apprentice" announced that he would be running for president, and would do so as a Republican.

During his campaign announcement, Trump referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," quickly triggering backlash from the majority of the news media. In the two years that would follow, the relationship between Trump and the press would only deteriorate, as campaign rallies became a danger zone for reporters. Since his upset election win over Hillary Clinton last November, Trump has gone in hard after the media, labeling any report he doesn't agree with as "Fake News." As seen on his Twitter feed on September 27, Trump responded to the news that Facebook was releasing information that exposed Russia for purchasing ads on the social media platform in an attempt to impact the election.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump covered a lot of ground, including his war of words with the media. "Facebook was always anti-Trump.The Networks were always anti-Trump hence,Fake News, @nytimes(apologized) & @WaPo were anti-Trump," Trump tweeted, before asking, "Collusion?"

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump continued to push back against the press by highlighting his success during his campaign.

"The people were Pro-Trump! Virtually no President has accomplished what we have accomplished in the first 9 months-and economy roaring," the president added. Trump's tweets followed several other posts on Twitter where he ripped into Sen. John McCain for voting "No" on the GOP health care bill, as well as citing a recent conversation he had with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones over the NFL national anthem protests.

Moving forward

As expected, Donald Trump was not pleased with the news surrounding Facebook and the Russian ads, as he continued to hit back at the press over the results of the election. Despite the president talking highly about his time in office, his rhetoric doesn't match the facts on the ground. According to recently released polling, Trump's favorability with the American people has dropped to just 35 percent.