The former Ukip leader, who has met several times with the President, claimed he should focus his energies on the task at hand instead of listening to anti-Trump rhetoric from the press.
Key figures in President Trump’s administration have become embroiled in several wars of words with the media since the property mogul was sworn in as the United States 45th president.
On Saturday, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said there was “an obsession to de-legitimise this president. We’re not going to sit around and take it” after many claimed the administration lied about the number of people who attended the inauguration ceremony.
Despite photos claiming to show more people in attendance at Mr Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama’s in 2009, Sean Spicer, White House press secretary said “no-one had numbers” for the inauguration.
Nigel Farage urged Donald Trump to ignore the US media, who are attacking him
They are showing their bad losers and they don’t respect the democratic process
Donald Trump said during a visit to the CIA on Saturday that it “looked like a million and a half people” had attended, but provided no evidence.
He called reporters “among the most dishonest human beings on Earth” for suggesting it was lower.
The New York Times, CNN and ABC News all denounced his “fake claims” and each went into detail to refute Mr Spicer’s claims.
Discussing the early pressure on President Trump from the US media, Mr Farage told Fox News: “The Trump administration have so much to do that perhaps what they need to start doing is what increasingly the viewing public are doing and that is just ignoring them.
“These organisations, who effectively, behave like political players themselves, and actually the people are interchangeable, aren’t they?
“They are losing audience share, they’re declining, and they will go on declining. They are showing their bad losers, they don’t respect the democratic process and fair-minded people will stop watching those channels in my opinion.”
The best photos from Donald Trump's historic inauguration
Mon, January 23, 2017
The inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States will mark the commencement of the four-year term of Donald Trump as President and Mike Pence as Vice President. A public ceremony will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017.
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President Donald Trump waves as he walks with first lady Melania Trump and son Barron during the inauguration parade.
Despite the negative press over President Trump’s inauguration, figures released show that the ceremony was watched by almost 31million people in America, far more than Mr Obama’s last swearing-in four years ago.
A combined audience of 30.6million people watched the live coverage between 10am and 6pm (EST) across 12 broadcast and cable networks, according to official Nielsen figures.
The figure is 11million more than the audience that watched Mr Obama’s second inauguration four years ago when 20.6million viewers tuned in 2013.
President Trump’s audience is the fifth biggest TV audience ever for a presidential inauguration, trailing behind Ronald Reagan’s ceremony in 1981 which was watched by 41.8milion.