Over the last year and a half, Donald Trump has not made many friends in Hollywood and in the mainstream media. When it comes to his current feelings about the two, the president doesn't appear willing to hold back.

Trump on enemies

Even before he became a candidate for president, Donald Trump was known as an outlandish figure that dominated the headlines at various times in history. After being hired as the host of "The Apprentice" in 2004, Trump found himself back in the spotlight, and used that popularity to start his presidential campaign. When the billionaire real estate mogul announced his intention to run for president in the summer of 2015, his name took over the news cycle, which has continued until president day.

However, despite his increase in notoriety, Trump's also made many enemies, including Hollywood stars like Alec Baldwin and members of the media, like one of his favorite targets, CNN. During an interview with Fox News on March 17, Trump elaborated on his critics.

Joining Fox News contributor Jesse Watters on Friday was Donald Trump, who was asked an interesting question. Watters gave Trump a list of three names, and asked him who he would rather fire. One name was Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer, but the other two were more integrating. Waters also listed actor Alec Baldwin, who portrays the president on "Saturday Night Live," and Jeff Zucker, the president of CNN.

While Trump didn't give a direct answer, he wasn't shy about sharing his opinion on the three men.

"I think the Alec Baldwin situation is not good," Donald Trump said of the actor, saying "I think the portrayal of me is ridiculous." "Chuck, I’m very disappointed in him," Trump said of Chuck Schumer, before labeling him an "obstructionist." When it came to Jeff Zucker, Trump made sure to use one of his favorite insults, stating, "Jeff Zucker, I mean, I got him the job...and CNN is just, you know, fake news." The full Friday night interview will air at 8 p.m.

on Fox News.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump continues to feud with many, it's unlikely that he will pull back anytime soon. After just over 50 days in office, it doesn't look like president and his critics will patch up their differences at any point in the future.