Ever since comedian Michelle Wolf hosted the White House Correspondents' Dinner over the weekend, she's been under attack by many in the right wing media. In addition to Donald Trump lashing out on social media, some of his favorite hosts on Fox News are coming to his defense.

Fox News on Michelle Wolf

The White House Correspondents' Dinner has been a yearly tradition for nearly 100 years as the press and media come together with the sitting president and the current administration. Since the early 1980s, the headliner for the event has been a comedian, who typically roasts the president with humor, before giving the commander in chief a chance to respond with a roast of their own.

However, due to the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and the media, the president decided to skip this year's event. Host Michelle Wolf didn't hold back with her roasting and jabs at Trump and his team, including several controversial jokes about White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who was in attendance.

Since the event came to a close, Michelle Wolf has come under fire from the Donald Trump administration, as well as many conservative commentators, including the hosts on Fox News, which was made clear during the April 30 edition of "Fox & Friends." "The fact that she's on the 'Daily Show,' you know what you're going to get.

Way left," Brian Kilmeade said, before accusing Wolf of using an "attack dog-style" with an "X-rated" agenda. After playing a clip of some of Wolf's jokes, co-host Steve Doocy responded by saying "Good for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She rose above it. She did not give Wolf any sort of satisfaction."

"Her eye makeup's fine. I don’t understand that that’s not even funny.

The Aunt Lydia and the Handmaid’s Tale — if you Google that image, it’s not complimentary," fellow co-host Ainsley Earnhardt went on to say, adding, "Sarah Huckabee Sanders looked beautiful." Brian Kilmeade then continued his attack on Michelle Wolf and her liberal supporters, calling out late night host Jimmy Kimmel and director Jude Appatow.

Moving forward

As the debate over whether or not Michelle Wolf went too far with her roast of the Donald Trump administration continues, it's clear that the divide between supporters and opponents of the president will not be coming to an end anytime soon. With the midterm election just six months away, Trump's approval rating of just 40 percent is expected to remain steady, putting even more pressure on Republicans to fight back against a potential wave of victory by Democrats.