As Donald Trump completed his first 100 days in office, there have been many changes over that time. While many of those changes have happened in the White House, the landscape of the media has also been altered.

Colbert on O'Reilly

During the 2016 presidential election, it was made clear that Donald Trump was not going to be on the same page as most of the mainstream media. From the moment he referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers," Trump received heavy backlash from the press, which only increased throughout the rest of his campaign for president.

Since his inauguration, Trump's relationship with the press has only gotten worse, with the exception of a safe space on Fox News and a few other right-wing outlets. However, one of Trump's biggest supporters, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, was fired earlier this month following the much talked about sexual harassment scandal, despite the president coming to his defense on the issue. As seen during the April 29 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," O'Reilly was the target during a discussion about the commander in chief.

Kicking off his opening monologue during CBS's "The Late Show" on Friday night was host Stephen Colbert who didn't hold back his thoughts on the issue at hand.

"This brings us to the end of Donald Trump's first 100 days in office," Colbert said, before noting, "after this, we can't take him back to the store without a receipt."

"America's never been better in my opinion," Stephen Colbert noted.

"La La Land and Moonlight won best picture," Colbert said, mocking the infamous Oscar's blunder by adding "that's twice the best picture in one year." Not stopping there, Colbert then turned his attention to Bill O'Reilly for not surviving Trump's first 100 days in office. "Bill O’Reilly got fired and now has to sexually harass people freelance," he said to the laughter of those in the audience.

He then shifted back to the former host of "The Apprentice," trolling Trump for recently complaining about how difficult the job of president is, and that he didn't realize it would be as tough when he was campaigning during the election.

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While Stephen Colbert and others like him continue to use Donald Trump as the ultimate punching line, the president and the White House are doing their best to regroup and move forward. Despite this, the latest polls show Trump with a favorability rating of just 40 percent, which is a historic low for this soon in a presidency.