Over the last two and a half years, Donald Trump has caused many in the mainstream media to lash out in opposition to his rhetoric, policy proposals, and overall behavior. After yet another controversial day in Washington, D.C., a host on MSNBC decided to unload on the president.

MSNBC on Trump

Donald Trump has caused controversy since the day he announced his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015 and labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Trump's comments triggered a negative response from the majority of the mainstream media, as well as a growing number of Republicans who were worried about the potential damage the billionaire real estate mogul could cause to the party's brand.

Over the course of the 2016 presidential election, Trump created an even greater frenzy, which appeared to peak following his election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and since his inauguration earlier this year. Despite vowing to hire the "best people" in his administration, Trump has been forced to deal with a high turnover ratio, from cabinet members to those serving on his staff. In addition, congressional Republicans have decided not to run for re-election in opposition to the president, including Sen. Bob Corker and Sen. Jeff Flake, who recently announced the end of tenure in Washington on Tuesday. As reported by Medaite on October 24, one host on MSNBC brought these issues up and ripped into the president in the process.

During a panel discussion on MSNBC on Tuesday, host Nicole Wallace highlighted the feud between Donald Trump and Sen. Bob Corker, as well as Sen. Jeff Flake's surprising announcement earlier in the day to not seek re-election due to the current commander in chief. Wallace didn't hold back when giving her thoughts about Trump and his administration, accusing them of not even being "human beings," while quickly bringing up the phone call the president made to the pregnant widow of a solider killed earlier this month in Niger, Africa.

"I want to bring this back to this concept...of deflection, of projection, a lack of irony," Nicolle Wallace said before adding, "there’s no capacity for humanity, these do not appear to be human beings." Wallace then cited Donald Trump's decision to send John Kelly to the press to defend his controversial remarks to the war widow, labeling the Chief of Staff a "political human shield" who was sent by the president to do his dirty work.

Nicolle Wallace didn't stop there, going as far as calling Donald Trump a "disgrace" who "wasn't man enough" to confront the press about the aforementioned phone call. Wallace has been critical of Trump in the past and is yet another well-known Republican to speak out against the president.

Moving forward

While many in the media continue to hit back at Donald Trump and hold his feet to the fire, the White House has done their best to discredit the press. Though Trump claims to be in good standing with the American people despite the negative reporting from the media, his approval rating has remained at just 35 percent since the summer.