President Trump widened his scope of attack on the media by declaring Tuesday the mainstream media was the enemy of the people.

When launching such attacks, Trump has generally referred to what he considers “fake news” to be the "enemy of the people.” But days after Attorney General William Barr said special counsel Robert Mueller found the Trump campaign did not collude with the Russians to win the 2016 election, Trump directed his ire to the mainstream media for its coverage of the nearly two-year inquiry.

“The Mainstream Media is under fire and being scorned all over the World as being corrupt and FAKE. For two years they pushed the Russian Collusion Delusion when they always knew there was No Collusion. They truly are the Enemy of the People and the Real Opposition Party!” he wrote.

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It’s not unique for the president to vent his frustrations over the coverage of his presidency, especially of the Russia investigation. He has on occasion referred to specific news outlets, including the New York Times and CNN, as “fake news,” but has on occasion pushed back on reports that said he was casting a net over all media.