President Trump floated the idea of CNN firing its reporters after the news network issued a correction to an erroneous story Friday suggesting that the Trump camp had access to controversial WikiLeaks documents before they were leaked during the 2016 campaign.

He also offered a twist on the the network's slogan, "the most trusted name in news."

“Fake News CNN made a vicious and purposeful mistake yesterday,” the president tweeted Saturday morning. “They were caught red handed, just like lonely Brian Ross at ABC News (who should be immediately fired for his “mistake”). Watch to see if @CNN fires those responsible, or was it just gross incompetence?”

He wrote in a follow up tweet: “CNN’S slogan is CNN, THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN NEWS. Everyone knows this is not true, that this could, in fact, be a fraud on the American Public. There are many outlets that are far more trusted than Fake News CNN. Their slogan should be CNN, THE LEAST TRUSTED NAME IN NEWS!”

Trump also took a swipe at CNN during his rally in Pensacola, Fla., late Friday, saying, "You should have been apologizing for the last two years."

The president’s latest attacks on CNN came after the network issued a correction to an “exclusive report” Friday which claimed that then-candidate Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr. had received an email on Sept. 4, 2016 providing them with access to WikiLeaks documents, stolen from Democratic officials, before they were publicly available.

The report was corrected on-air and online a few hours after the Washington Post revealed that the email in question was actually sent on Sept. 14, 2016, one day after the Wikileaks documents went public.

CNN said it will be standing by their reporters who filed the story, and there will be no disciplinary action.