After holding a controversial rally in Pensacola, Florida on Friday night, Donald Trump doubled down on his message with a series of tweets on Saturday morning. From praise of Roy Moore to attacking the media [VIDEO], the president is not changing his tune.

Trump on Twitter

On Friday night, Donald Trump held a campaign-style rally in Pensacola, Florida, just a few miles from Alabama where the much-talked out Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones will take place next week. During his over hour-long speech, the former host of "The Apprentice" hit his favorite talking points while striking a similar tone as he did during his campaign.

Trump made sure to rip into the "fake news" media, push for his border wall and increased immigration, praised himself for the success of the economy, compared his presidency to Abraham Lincoln, and even prompted a "lock her up" chant about Hillary Clinton. As seen on his Twitter feed on December 9, Trump decided to continue his message [VIDEO] with a series of tweets.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday morning, Donald Trump went on the attack against CNN and Abc News over the news made blunders in their recent reporting of the administration.

"Fake News CNN made a vicious and purposeful mistake yesterday. They were caught red handed, just like lonely Brian Ross at ABC News (who should be immediately fired for his “mistake”)," Trump tweeted. "Watch to see if @CNN fires those responsible, or was it just gross incompetence?" he wondered.

"CNN’S slogan is CNN, THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN NEWS. Everyone knows this is not true, that this could, in fact, be a fraud on the American Public," Donald Trump tweeted out in a follow-up post. "There are many outlets that are far more trusted than Fake News CNN," he wrote, before adding, "Their slogan should be CNN, THE LEAST TRUSTED NAME IN NEWS!"

Trump on Moore

In another tweet, Donald Trump came out with support for Roy Moore in Alabama, despite the Republican being accused of sexual assault and harassment by multiple women.

"A big contingent of very enthusiastic Roy Moore fans at the rally last night," Trump posted. To conclude his tweet, the president then ripped into Democrat Doug Jones, explaining, "Jones will always vote against what we must do for our Country."

Moving forward

With a morning full of tweets, Donald Trump has several issues on his plate as president. Though his tax plan appears close to becoming law, questions still remain in regards to the future of health care and the what the end game is with the ongoing investigation into Russian election interference.