Donald Trump continued to express his displeasure with the news media, this time taking aim at freedom of the press.

"It is not 'freedom of the press' when newspapers and others are allowed to say and write whatever they want even if it is completely false!" Trump said on Twitter amid a Sunday tweet-storm expressing outrage over the press' coverage of his presidential campaign.

The Republican presidential nominee has been outspoken against the media in recent months, calling them "disgusting" and even suggesting loosening libel laws.

At a February rally in Texas, he said he would loosen libel laws to make it easier for him to sue news outlets that "write purposely negative and horrible and false articles."

The U.S. Supreme Court decided in 1964 in New York Times Co. v. Sullivan that public persons, including politicians, can only win a suit against a news organization if they can prove it published information with actual malice, knowing it to be wholly incorrect, as well as in the case of reckless disregard.

In addition, the First Amendment reads: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Also during his Sunday tweet-storm, Trump said he was fighting against "Crooked Hillary Clinton," who he said is being "protected by the media," adding, "She is not a talented person or politician. The dishonest media refuses to expose!"

"I am not only fighting Crooked Hillary, I am fighting the dishonest and corrupt media and her government protection process. People get it!" he added.