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President-elect Donald Trump has taken some criticism for his habit of going on anti-media Twitter rants.

Since he was elected, Trump has sent out multiple tweets, slamming The New York Times for their "dishonest" coverage of his administration's policies and transition into the White House.

In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld disagreed with critics who characterize Trump's Twitter rants as "beneath the president."

He explained that the president-elect is just fighting back against a "biased media" and using their own tactics against them.

"Mr. Trump’s response isn’t a tantrum, but more a cultural shift, an adaptation of the right stealing the aggressive tactics of the left," Gutfeld said. "It may, at times, seem childish, or a weird way to spend your time as future leader of the free world, but for now, it’s the new game in town. And it’s not so bad that finally someone showed up to play."

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