President Trump on Tuesday reacted to three CNN employees losing their jobs over a retracted news story, then called for the network to take additional action for other "phony stories" he claimed they report.

"Wow, CNN had to retract big story on 'Russia,' with 3 employees forced to resign. What about all the other phony stories they do? FAKE NEWS!" Trump tweeted.

He then retweeted a graphic of the CNN logo mocked up as "FNN" for "Fake News Network."

Two hours later, Trump added, "Fake News CNN is looking at big management changes now that they got caught falsely pushing their phony Russian stories. Ratings way down!"

Trump also asked if other media outlets will take action on coverage of his administration.

"So they caught Fake News CNN cold, but what about NBC, CBS & ABC? What about the failing @nytimes & @washingtonpost?They are all Fake News!" Trump wrote.

Trump did not specify which other stories the other outlets have reported are untrue. CNN, like other outlets, has continued to track the FBI and congressional committees' investigations into whether Russia colluded with Trump's campaign associates during the 2016 election. Earlier this month, the issue of whether Trump obstructed justice in the probe was added to the investigation.

Last Friday, CNN published a story alleging ties between Trump associate Anthony Scaramucci and a $10 billion Russian investment fund. The report cited one anonymous source and was deleted and then retracted from CNN's website after internal scrutiny determined "the story wasn't solid enough to publish as-is."

"CNN Investigates" reporter Thomas Frank; the story's editor, Eric Lichtblau; and "CNN Investigates" executive editor Lex Haris resigned early this week.