Donald Trump is known to make so many posts on social media that he occasionally finds himself in error. During his latest tweetstorm, the president appeared to misquote himself while attempting to attack a major news outlet [VIDEO]for quoting his recent remarks about the leader of North Korea.

Trump on Twitter

From the day he kicked off his campaign for president [VIDEO], Donald Trump has been at odds with the majority of the mainstream media. Throughout his entire campaign and during his first year in office, the former host of "The Apprentice" has not held back his thoughts on the press, with many media outlets firing back at the president in their attempt to hold his feet to the fire of accountability.

Since the start of 2018, Trump and the press have continued their war of words, which was only increased after an interview with the Wall Street Journal who reported that the president claimed that he was in a good relationship with Kim Jong-un, despite previously insulting the leader of North Korean on several occasions. In a series of tweets on January 14, Trump accused the Wall Street Journal of "fake news," but the paper was quick to offer some validation.

In the Wall Street Journal report, the paper quoted Donald Trump during his comments on Kim Jong-un where the president reportedly said "I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un of North Korea." The commander in chief attempted to push back during his tweet on Sunday morning, claiming that the Wall Street Journal "falsely" reported their information.

"Obviously I didn’t say that," Donald Trump wrote, before adding, "I said 'I’d have a good relationship with Kim Jong Un,' a big difference." Trump continued his rant by saying he now has to record all the conversations with reporters, concluding, "They just wanted a story. FAKE NEWS!"

Journal clap back

In response to Donald Trump's tweet, the Wall Street Journal debunked the president's blunder by releasing the audio recording of their interview. In the audio clip, the president's remarks were just as the paper reported them, contradicting the tweets that were sent out in response. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders released the White House's own audio of the president's quote in an attempt to back up Trump's allegations, though the sound was not as clear as what came from the Wall Street Journal. As of press time, neither the White House nor the president have commented further on the issue.