President Trump praised his administration following his 200th day in office and urged his supporters not to trust the "fake news suppression polls."

"After 200 days, rarely has any Administration achieved what we have achieved..not even close! Don't believe the Fake News Suppression Polls!" Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

Trump appears to be referencing recent polls that indicate he is losing support not only from all voters, but also among his base.

According to a new CNN poll released Monday night, three-quarters of Americans don't trust the president, and only 38 percent said they approve of Trump's performance.

Among Republican voters specifically, the president's strong approval rating dropped from 73 percent to 59 percent.

While the president praised his administration for having "achieved what we have achieved" in the 200 days since the inauguration, he criticized both the New York Times and Washington Post in an earlier tweet.

"E-mails show that the AmazonWashingtonPost and the FailingNewYorkTimes were reluctant to cover the Clinton/Lynch secret meeting in plane," Trump tweeted.

According to reports, emails published by the conservative American Center for Law and Justice on Friday suggested that reporters from both news outlets were unenthusiastic about covering a private meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton months before the 2016 election.

Lynch and the former president met on the tarmac in Phoenix, Ariz., at the same time the FBI was investigating Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server.