Trump: 'Corrupt and deranged' mainstream media won't cover 'REAL Russia Hoax'

President TrumpDonald John TrumpDavis: Supreme Court decision is bad news for Trump, good news for Vance Meadows trying to root out suspected White House leakers by feeding them info: Axios Pressley hits DeVos over reopening schools: 'I wouldn't trust you to care for a house plant let alone my child' MORE went off on the “corrupt and deranged” mainstream media in a series of tweets Monday morning.

“The Mainstream Media has never been as corrupt and deranged as it is today,” Trump tweeted. “FAKE NEWS is actually the biggest story of all and is the true ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE! That’s why they refuse to cover the REAL Russia Hoax.”

Trump in the posts knocked coverage of his financial history now that special counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerCNN's Toobin warns McCabe is in 'perilous condition' with emboldened Trump CNN anchor rips Trump over Stone while evoking Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting The Hill's 12:30 Report: New Hampshire fallout MORE’s Russia investigation is complete.

“Now the new big story is that Trump made a lot of money and buys everything for cash, he doesn’t need banks. But where did he get all of that cash? Could it be Russia?” Trump quipped. “No, I built a great business and don’t need banks, but if I did they would be there...and DeutscheBank was very good and highly professional to deal with — and if for any reason I didn’t like them, I would have gone elsewhere.” 

Trump has consistently decried “fake news” coverage of his presidency, notably reports surrounding Mueller's investigation.

Trump earlier in the morning attacked The New York Times over a recent report that found Deutsche Bank’s anti-money laundering personnel previously recommended turning over information about transactions by entities controlled by Trump and Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerTrump: 'Shouldn't be hard' for Kanye West to take away votes from Biden Trump on Kanye West's presidential run: 'He is always going to be for us' On The Money: Supreme Court upholds NY prosecutors' access to Trump's tax returns, rebuffs Congress | Trump complains of 'political prosecution' | Biden rebukes Trump, rolls out jobs plan MORE, his son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, to a government watchdog.

Current and former employees of the bank told the Times that some transactions connected to the since-dissolved Trump Foundation would be flagged by a computer system set up to notify staff of unlawful activity. The bank ultimately never filed the suspicious activity reports with the Treasury Department.

Trump in his tweets said he did not rely on just one bank and there “was always plenty of money around.”

“There was always plenty of money around and banks to choose from. They would be very happy to take my money. Fake News!” Trump wrote.

The Times also this month published a report documenting Trump’s financial losses between 1985 and 1994, reportedly to the tune of more than $1 billion.