Donald Trump Jr. said he “won’t hold [his] breath for an apology” after CNN published an erroneous story involving him on Friday.

“I won’t hold my breath for an apology, or for you to call out your puppet masters on the left that fed you BS knowing you would gleefully run with it without ever checking the other side,” the eldest Trump son tweeted at CNN’s Manu Raju.

He continued: “apparently it was just too good a scoop for you to actually do your job. You got played”

Raju, along with Jeremy Herb, came under fire after CNN issued a correction to an “exclusive report” Friday which said Trump Jr. and his father, then-candidate Donald Trump, were offered access to WikiLeaks documents before they were publicly available. The correction stated that the email sent to the Trumps offering access to the WikiLeaks documents was sent after the WikiLeaks documents were released.

CNN said that the reporters will face no disciplinary action since they met the company’s editorial standards.

The eldest Trump son remains skeptical after the botched report. He tweeted Saturday: “Does anyone actually believe that CNN’s democratic sources, who had all the info, were not deliberately trying to hide facts that would turn a non-story into their exact BS narrative? No one is that naive!!! I’m sure they wouldn’t lie to cover their prominent source."

He penned a follow-up tweet saying, “strange that the #fakenews media never gets stories wrong in favor of Trump. It’s almost like they do it on purpose.”

He also indicated that he believes the cable news network won’t review prior stories published based off tips from the sources that led the reporters to this faulty story.

Meanwhile, President Trump has taken repeated swipes at CNN in response to its correction.

During a rally in Pensacola, Fla., late Friday, President Trump quipped at CNN: "You should have been apologizing for the last two years."

He also tweeted this morning about the idea of CNN firing the reporters behind the story and suggesting the network should change their slogan to “the least trusted name in news.”