Donald Trump is still dealing with aftermath of the release of "Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House" by author Michael Wolff. In his latest post on social media, the president didn't hold back his thoughts.

Trump on Twitter

Since the start of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has engaged in a war of words against the mainstream media. The former host of "The Apprentice" has made it routine to bash the press, whether it's during a campaign rally, in interviews, or across his social media platforms. Since his inauguration, Trump took the term "fake news" and used it to describe any report that he thought reflected negatively on his administration.

During that time, author Michael Wolff documented the president's time in the office, and released a tell all book detailing the behind the scenes drama at the White House. As expected, the administration quickly dismissed the allegations, with Trump elaborating further during a tweet on January 13.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday night, Donald Trump took a shot at Michael Wolff and the mainstream media.

"So much Fake News is being reported," Trump tweeted, before adding, "They don’t even try to get it right, or correct it when they are wrong."

Not stopping there, Donald Trump doubled down on his Twitter attack against the press. "They (the media) promote the Fake Book of a mentally deranged author, who knowingly writes false information," the president wrote in reference to Michael Wolff.

"The Mainstream Media is crazed that WE won the election!" he concluded.

Twitter reaction

As expected, critics of the commander in chief wasted no to pushing back. "Thanks so much for relegating the US to the status of a banana republic, president sh*thole. We will be sure to remember this," one tweet read.

"A real president would say something about what happened in Hawaii.

But you will never be a real president (or a real person)," one Twitter user wrote in regards to the recent false alarm missile attack in Hawaii. "Hello, while you were out golfing this happened in Hawaii, our 50th state maybe you've heard of it. For over 30 minutes American citizens were terrified they were being nuked by North Korea, while you enjoyed the sunshine in Florida many of them tried to reach their loved ones," a follow-up tweet added.

"HILLARY was preferred by 3 million more voters.

Your RUSSIAN bosses got you elected. You are in a tight downward spiral. It’s time for a Straitjacket," yet another tweet stated. "False alarm in Hawaii because you think nuclear war is a game. People dead in California mudslides. And you're playing golf and tweeting bs," an additional tweet read.