President Trump’s attacks against cable news outlets like CNN and Morning Joe is bringing backlash from all sides.

Many in power are pushing for a resolution. This is because the longer the feuding continues, the more bias from press the president and his administration will receive.

However, the press is fighting back. Trump’s comment about Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski “bleeding badly from a face-lift,” seemed to ignite the fire between the media and the president even more.

As a result, news anchors from Fox News, CNN, and more are joining together to fight against the president. Through various tweets, the new anchors have made comments that comments such as these are why the press should not show respect for President Trump.

According to The Hill:

Trump again sent the media into a fury over the weekend when he tweeted a doctored video showing him at a fake wrestling match body-slamming someone with the CNN logo superimposed over their face. Reporters accused Trump of encouraging violence against the press.

The relationship between the White House and the media is in shambles, with the daily press briefings devolving into shouting matches and airing of grievances. Both sides engage in stunts, grandstanding and political theater meant to undermine or embarrass the other.

The White House has long viewed attacking the media, dubbed “the opposition party” by chief strategist Stephen Bannon, as a winning strategy. But the nasty turn has also been a boon to the media and the individual reporters who register acts of protest against the administration.

“Ratings are part of it, but the media’s open contempt for this administration is part of it, too,” said Tim Graham, the director of media analysis at the conservative Media Research Center. “I imagine it will continue as long as the ratings keep going up.”

Left-leaning MSNBC pulled big numbers as the only network in open opposition to the president, even before the spat between Trump and “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Brzezinski engulfed Washington.

According to Nielsen’s second-quarter ratings, MSNBC’s total viewers are up 73 percent year-over-year, with prime-time viewership up 86 percent, easily making it the fastest-growing cable news outlet.

Anchor Rachel Maddow has become a cultural icon on the left while also attracting a younger audience of viewers. MSNBC’s share of the coveted 25- to 54-year-old demographic grew 78 percent in prime time over last year. Its prime-time audience has nearly tripled since second quarter of 2014.

Scarborough said on Twitter that his show had a record month for ratings.

CNN, meanwhile, is running third in the cable wars. Journalistically, the network has had a rough stretch, with retraction-related dismissals, sting videos showing producers expressing frustration with the network’s editorial decisions and allegations of bias coming from the right.

But CNN has still grown 25 percent in total viewers and 10 percent in prime time year-over-year. The network’s deep well of contributors and political pundits ensures that the Trump show is always rolling.

It’s a stark departure from the pre-Trump era, when sagging ratings provoked a move away from breaking news and political programming. As recently as 2014, CNN was airing “Dirty Jobs,” “America’s Most Wanted” or “Our America with Lisa Ling” in the prime-time 9 p.m. hour.

Some media watchers are growing alarmed by the increasingly antagonistic approach some in the press are taking. But most expect it will continue as long as the feuding with Trump attracts new viewers.

“The news world is reaping some short-term benefits from the running battle with Trump, but this is really a short-sighted and ultimately losing strategy,” said Jeffrey McCall, a media critic and professor at DePauw University. “Sure, it’s sensational and somewhat entertaining, but it makes the media look small and petty. Media credibility is quite low and most news consumers aren’t going to sympathize with the news industry, even when Trump makes boorish attacks.”

Fox News is still the front-runner in the cable wars, despite shake-ups that roiled both its prime-time line-up and executive suites.

Fox’s audience grew 19 percent between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m., as viewers tune in to watch Tucker Carlson or Sean Hannity rail against the news media on a nightly basis.

Feuding with Trump has also become a profitable endeavor for many individual reporters, with viral video clips and tweets opening new doors for previously little-known journalists.

Taking on the White House worked for Brian Karem, an editor for a regional newspaper in the Washington suburbs.

Karem was little-known before Tuesday, when a video of him lecturing White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over press access went viral.

Less than a week later, he has nearly 80,000 followers on Twitter.

After his exchange, Karem made the cable news rounds to call Sanders a bully. He sat for scores of interviews with print and online outlets, where he claimed the nickname “honey badger” — a supposedly fearless animal — and said members of the press corps had likened him to legendary reporters Sam Donaldson and Helen Thomas.

Left-leaning outlets have held Karem up as a hero, although the episode cemented in the minds of many conservatives that reporters want to use the briefings to make their names by grandstanding against the administration.

That’s a point White House press secretary Sean Spicer made in explaining why fewer press briefing would be televised.

Other reporters have had similar experiences.

Veteran reporter April Ryan, who has been covering the White House for 20 years and has long been one of the most respected journalists in the press corps, scored a contributor position on CNN this year after several high-profile dust-ups with Trump and Spicer.

CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta has become the face of the resistance inside the briefing room, railing against the administration on the air and on social media.

Acosta’s antagonistic tweets have gone viral amid the furor over the White House’s decision to take the briefings off-camera. Frustrated with the lack of camera access, Acosta began to tweet pictures of his socks — the only things in the briefing, he wrote, that he was allowed to show on camera.

But Acosta has drawn scorn from many conservatives, who say he is grandstanding and making himself the story.

“In honor of the Fourth of July, let’s save all our fireworks for Tuesday,” Sanders said at the start of Friday’s press briefing.

The media is working hard to capitalize on the phenomenon known as “The Trump Effect.” However, this effort to expose President Trumps’ shortcomings has led to many journalism mistakes along the way.

One example of this is CNN’s retraction of their story involving President Trump’s ties with a Russian bank. This retraction was likely the reason for the resigning of all three journalists who were responsible for the story.

Another example is CNN’s retraction of a separate story, which was in direct contradiction to a testimony from James Comey.

Incidents such as these are encouraging President Trump, his administration, and many others to believe that mainstream media is full of “fake news.”