After 72 hours, President Donald Trump is not done with his attack on the National Football League (NFL) and the players who have protested the national anthem. In his latest round of tweets, Trump has decided to rip into one of his favorite media targets for their reporting of the story.

Trump on CNN, NFL

The story has now taken over the narrative in the United States. It kicked off last Friday night when Donald Trump addressed the national anthem protests that have been taking place before NFL games. The former host of "The Apprentice" referred to the players who kneel during the anthem as a "son of "bitch," while encouraging team owners to fire those who take part in the protest.

Since then, the president has not been shy in holding back his thoughts, which have gone over well with his supporters and the right-wing media. However, critics of the president, as well as high-profiled sports stars were quick to speak out in opposition to Trump, leading to the feud being the top story on news programs, sports shows, and the number one trending topic on social media. On Monday, CNN went on to report that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was not pleased with Trump's handling of the situation, much to the chagrin of the billionaire real estate mogul. As seen on his Twitter account on September 25, Trump made sure to reignite his feud with CNN over the their reporting of his current grudge with the NFL.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Monday night was Donald Trump, and his rift with the NFL and CNN was front and center. "CNN is #FakeNews.

Just reported COS (John Kelly) was opposed to my stance on NFL players disrespecting FLAG, ANTHEM, COUNTRY," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Total lie!"

In his second tweet on the issue, Donald Trump doubled down on his argument.

"General John Kelly totally agrees w/ my stance on NFL players and the fact that they should not be disrespecting our FLAG or GREAT COUNTRY!" he added. Trump went on to send out one more tweet as of press time, this time focusing solely on his attack on the NFL. "Tremendous backlash against the NFL and its players for disrespect of our Country," Trump posted, while using the hashtag "#StandForOurAnthem."

Next up

While Donald Trump spends an increased amount of time on his fight against the NFL and CNN, he is currently losing the battle to repeal Obamacare after it was announced that Republicans John McCain, Rand Paul, an Susan Collins would all vote "No" on the GOP bill. With other problems facing the commander in chief, only time will tell if he will be able to improve his 35 percent approval rating.