President Trump has been tweeting one outcry to American citizens recently. He says that the media has largely lost credibility due to fake news stories that they are publishing. However, Trump also states that about half of people believe that many major news organizations create “fake news” stories about the president.

According to The Hill, Trump’s original message states:

Trump gets this idea due to a recent poll done by a Politico/Morning Consult. The results have the poll reflect that 46% of voters believe that the media dishes out many fake news stories about Trump. 37% of voters disagree that the media does this, and 17% are not sure.

According to the poll results, the majority of Republican voters (66%) believe this to be true. Meanwhile, only 20% of Democrats agree with this statement – and 65% of Democrats don’t agree.

Politico/Morning Consult made the decision to take the poll once Trump began going after media organizations on Twitter. The president was tweeting that lawmakers need to challenge these news stories, and even revoke these media organizations’ licenses.

Trump’s tweet regarding this states:

“Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Not fair to public!”

Last Tuesday, the president also sent a tweet saying that some news networks are “fiction writers.”