President Donald Trump did not seem satisfied after he announced his long-due "Fake News Awards" Wednesday. After a list of winners was put up on the GOP website, an email by the Trump-Pence re-election campaign was sent out Thursday, asking the people of the country to crown the "KING OF FAKE NEWS of 2017."

Screenshots of the email, posted by social media users, contained the picture of a trophy with the words "KING OF FAKE NEWS" written on it.

"Of all the biased, absurd, and downright FAKE news stories the media wrote about us in 2017, I picked just ELEVEN of the VERY WORST" the text in the email read. "I want YOU — the AMERICAN PEOPLE — to crown the KING OF FAKE NEWS of 2017," it further stated.

The email also included a link to a survey on the GOP website. "Please take my survey and let me know which organization you think pushed out the MOST FAKE NEWS last year," the link said.

Trump said "we" would keep calling out the "FAKE NEWS MEDIA for their liberal bias and lies" and would not let "their attacks" stop the mission of making America great again.

The survey question on the GOP website was: "Who would you crown the ultimate KING OF FAKE NEWS of 2017?" Among the options were CNN, The New York Times and Washington Post, at whom criticism by the president was frequently directed. Surprisingly, Fox News, a channel the president tends to prefer, was also on the list. Another column beneath asked those who took the survey to share "any other thoughts" they had with the president.

Meanwhile, as the president sought to give the crown to the network that was "most dishonest, corrupt and/or distorted in its political coverage of your favorite President," CNN’s White House chief correspondent and a fierce critic of Trump, Jim Acosta, gave the title to the president himself, the Washington Times reported. 

Responding to his "Fake News Awards," Acosta said: "I would say, having been called 'fake news' myself, that the president of the United States is the king of fake news. He is the king of fake news." He made the remarks during a panel discussion about "Journalism in the Trump Era: Assessing Press Freedom in the United States," Wednesday night in Washington D.C.

Acosta’s channel CNN won four "fake news awards" for their stories in 2017, including one that said Donald Trump and his son Donald J. Trump, Jr. received an email that gave them access to hacked documents from WikiLeaks, which the award announcement claimed was false. The New York Times won two awards and ABC’s Brian Ross, TIME magazine, Washington Post and Newsweek won one award each.

In the end, the awards announcement noted "Russian collusion is perhaps the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people. THERE IS NO COLLUSION!"

A list of accomplishments Trump frequently bragged about, in the areas of job creation, economic growth etc., were also mentioned. "While the media spent 90% of the time focused on negative coverage or fake news, the President has been getting results," the website read.