Donald Trump has yet again been hit with major media backlash.
On Tuesday, Seth Meyers banned the presumptive Republican nominee from appearing on his NBC talk show, Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Meyers' decision came after Trump banned The Washington Post from attending his campaign events over a Post headline that seemed to suggest Trump had linked President Obama to the Orlando nightclub shootings.
"Yesterday, in the wake of the shooting in Orlando, Donald Trump gave a speech on terrorism in which he continued his Cal Ripken-esque streak of making inflammatory statements without any evidence whatsoever," Meyers said on Tuesday's episode of Late Night.
"When it comes to bigotry, Trump keeps upping his game," Meyers continued. "But even for Trump, Monday was a new low. For one thing, Trump banned a major newspaper from reporting on his campaign, and it's not even the first time he's done that."
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Indeed, Trump has already barred other media outlets from his campaign, including Politico, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post and BuzzFeed.
"As for The Washington Post, we here at Late Night believe in freedom of the press and therefore have decided to stand in solidarity with them," Meyers continued. "So as long as the The Washington Post is banned from Donald Trump's campaign, Donald Trump will be banned from ever coming on this show. You missed out, buddy. ... We could have driven around together while you yelled out the window at immigrants in Carpool Scary-oke."
Added Meyers with a smile: "Although to be fair, he wasn't coming on anyway, let's be honest: He had no interest in being here."
Meyers went on to slam Trump for his response to the Orlando shootings, in which the Republican candidate blamed immigration.
"To be clear, this is bigotry, plain and simple," said Meyers, 42. "To claim that any group of people, immigrants or anyone else, has anything in common with a terrorist murderer based simply on their ethnic background or religion or where they're from is dangerous and wrong."
"Trump is stoking fear and spreading hate. This is important, we can't become immune to it," Meyers pressed on. "We cannot allow it to become normalized, which is why we need a robust independent press, like the newspapers Trump banned from his campaign to challenge the fear-mongering and provide us with sober, clear-eyed reporting."
Meyers isn't the first to publicly take a stand against Trump, 70: After months of unbridled coverage of the ratings-grabbing Trump and his presidential campaign, media backlash is building.
Already, CBS This Morning refuses to take his calls on air and will only interview him in studio, seated at the table with the anchors.
Following Trump's decision to revoke campaign press credentials from The Washington Post, some members of the White House Correspondents' Association are also debating some sort of boycott of Trump as a show of solidarity with their colleagues at the Post.
Late Night with Seth Meyers airs weeknights (12:35 a.m. ET) on NBC.