Fox News Personalities Tell Trump 'We Don't Work For You' After President's Latest Attack on Network

President Donald Trump took aim at Fox News Channel again on Wednesday, claiming that the news network is no longer working for him and his supporters.

"I don't want to Win for myself, I only want to Win for the people," Trump said during a multi-Tweet posting about the network. "The New @FoxNews is letting millions of GREAT people down! We have to start looking for a new News Outlet. Fox isn't working for us anymore!"

Trump, who previously praised the reporting of Fox News, has frequently complained about the coverage broadcast on the news channel in recent weeks. On Wednesday, it appeared that the president objected to a segment where America's Newsroom co-anchor Sandra Smith interviewed Democratic National Committee Communications Director Xochitl Hinojosa.

"Just watched @FoxNews heavily promoting the Democrats through their DNC Communications Director, spewing out whatever she wanted with zero pushback by anchor,@SandraSmithFox. Terrible considering that Fox couldn't even land a debate, the Dems give them NOTHING!," Trump wrote. "@CNN & @MSNBC are all in for the Open Border Socialists (or beyond). Fox hires 'give Hillary the questions' @donnabrazile, Juan Williams and low ratings Shep Smith. HOPELESS & CLUELESS! They should go all the way LEFT and I will still find a way to Win - That's what I do, Win. Too Bad!"

The tweets from Trump prompted responses from a couple of Fox News on-air personalities, including the channel's senior political analyst Brit Hume.

Hume, who has been with FNC since 1996, responded by retweeting Trump and commenting that "Fox News isn't supposed to work for you."

Fox News contributor Guy Benson had a similar response to Trump, also retweeting the president to say that the network doesn't work for him.

Appearing later in the day on MSNBC, Hinojosa commented on Trump's tweets about her interview with FNC.

"This man is running scared, it is laughable. The fact that he is attacking a Democratic staffer and believes he has control of Fox News is really something else. It tells you a lot about the relationship between Donald Trump and Fox News. Frankly, I have a lot of respect for some of the reporters there. And the reason I go on is because there is a very important audience to attend to. I just thought that the president had better things to do watch Fox News during the day," she said.

The president's tweets are just the latest sign of discord between Trump and his favorite news network. Earlier this month, Trump panned reporting by Smith and Williams.

In an op-ed for The Hill, Williams responded to Trump's criticism, writing, "When Trump tweeted out last week that my political analysis of him was 'nasty,' 'pathetic' and 'wrong,' it led to an instant stream of vile comments via email and on my social media feeds.

And, yes, you're right. I'm a big boy. I can ignore his bullying, even his followers' death threats."

However, Williams added that the president's comments go "beyond Trump skewering me."

"What happened to me is a chilling example of how this president does not respect the First Amendment rights of any journalist," Williams wrote. "He long ago crossed a bright line by labeling journalists the 'enemy of the American people.' During the 2016 campaign, his supporters could be heard shouting 'Luggenpresse' — the Nazi-popularized German word meaning 'Lying Press' — to American reporters."

Other Fox News personalities, including Chris Wallace, Shepard Smith and John Roberts have also defended the network and taken shots at the president during various broadcasts since Trump took office.

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US President Donald Trump looks on during a joint-press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron in Biarritz, south-west France on August 26, 2019, on the third day of the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States. LUDOVIC MARIN/Getty