Donald Trump's war of words against the mainstream media doesn't look to be ending anytime soon. After his most recent tweet, it appeared clear that the president was keeping his foot on the gas.

Trump on media

It all started during Donald Trump's campaign announced for president back in the summer of 2015. While making his offical announcement, Trump brought up immigration reform and labeled illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." As expected, the majority of the media didn't have the best reaction, as the former host of "The Apprentice" and the press have only escalated their feud since that time.

Following an election cycle that included Trump calling out reporters and journalists on a routine basis which created a hostile environment for the press, he's only made matters more tense since his inauguration. In recent days, several news outlets have been forced to make corrections with stories as it pertains to Trump, which the president made sure to call out. From CNN, to ABC News, to a reporter at the Washington Post, the president has not held back from using these errors to help push his agenda of "fake news." As seen during a tweet on December 10, Trump is doubling down on his attack.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Sunday afternoon, Donald Trump called out the media once again over their recent inaccurate reporting.

"Very little discussion of all the purposely false and defamatory stories put out this week by the Fake News Media," Trump tweeted out.

"They are out of control - correct reporting means nothing to them," Donald Trump wrote as he continued his post. "Major lies written, then forced to be withdrawn after they are exposed," he added, before labeling the media as "a stain on America!"

Instant reaction

Within minutes of Donald Trump's latest attack on the press, his critics fried back by pointing out a few things that weren't accounted for in the tweet.

"What about all the FAKE stories you have tweeted?" one tweet wondered.

"You have zero credibility until you call out the many untruths reported by Fox," one Twitter user wrote.

"You mean to include Fox News in that, right? They had to correct a purposely misleading headline from Friday. They now join the ranks of other 'fake news' outlets as you like to call them," an additional tweet read.

"They retract their stories when they make a mistake, something YOU don’t do!!!" yet another tweet added. "How about you force yourself to withdraw the FAKE VIDEO you posted? Major lies written. Defamatory story. You are out of control," one social media user noted.