U.S. President Donald Trump leaves after speaking to commanders and coalition representatives during a visit to U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, U.S., February 6, 2017. Reuters/Carlos Barria

Donald Trump has posted on Twitter his comments against the New York Times for alleged writing total fiction about him. He said that the paper has gotten all the stories wrong and was still making up stories and sources. He claimed that the paper is failing.

The article that drew anger in Trump was entitled "Trump and Staff Rethink Tactics after Stumble." The article contained embarrassing moments of the president inside the White House including a bathrobe exposé and his staffers literally having trouble on working out how to turn on the lights.

Based on the article, Trump likes to watch TV in his bathrobe while alone in the White House residence. However, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that he doesn't think that the president owned a bathrobe.

“That is literally the epitome of fake news. Start at the top. I don’t think the president owns a bathrobe. He definitely doesn’t wear one,” Spicer said, according to the New York Times. “Literally, blatant factual errors, and it’s unacceptable to see that kind of reporting or so-called reporting.”

The article revealed that Trump's aides often work in the dark because they literally struggle turning on the lights. They were also reported of having trouble with the doorknobs which they tested to find the one leading to an exit. It was reported that the president's trusted aide Steve Bannon worked in a darkened, mostly empty West Wing.

Time magazine has published an article about Bannon as the great manipulator implying that Trump received directions from the strategist. Trump seemed to be angry about the news.

The article claimed that Trump has a small number of crew, which is no more than half-dozen aides. They worked with empowerment but they have no familiarity with the workings of the federal government. However, Bannon said that Trump's administration was moving big and moving fast. He said that they didn't come to the White House to do small things.

New York Times published that the president watched cable to catch up with the news happening around him. However, it was reported by some aides that the president watched too much cable and spent a lot of time criticising his critics.

Trump did not only attack the New York Times article but also the polls that were published in news outlets. “Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election. Sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting,” Trump posted on Twitter.