Over the last week, President-elect Donald Trump has been forced to defend himself from a bombshell story claiming that Russia had planned to use "compromising" information to blackmail him. Trump has questioned the validity of the report, and continues to lash out against it on Twitter.

Trump on Twitter

When CNN first broke the story about alleged Russian blackmail, Donald Trump and his transition team instantly when on the defensive, pushing back against the allegations and referring to them as "fake news." After Buzzfeed elaborated on the story by claiming Russia potentially had a sex tape in their possession featuring Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul called the online media outlet a "pile of garbage." As seen on his official Twitter account on January 13, Trump was not done voicing his frustrations.

"It now turns out that the phony allegations against me were put together by my political opponents and a failed spy afraid of being sued," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Friday morning. "Totally made up facts by sleazebag political operatives, both Democrats and Republicans - FAKE NEWS! Russia says nothing exists," Trump wrote in a second tweet on the issue.

"Probably released by "Intelligence" even knowing there is no proof, and never will be.

My people will have a full report on hacking within 90 days!" Donald Trump added in a third message on Twitter. In his next series of tweets, the former host of "The Apprentice" then turned his attention to Hillary Clinton and the FBI.

"What are Hillary Clinton's people complaining about with respect to the F.B.I.

Based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run - guilty as hell," Donald Trump added on Twitter. "They were VERY nice to her. She lost because she campaigned in the wrong states - no enthusiasm!" Trump also pointed out. In his final tweet as of press time, Trump gloated at the possibility of repealing Obamacare, tweeting, "The "Unaffordable" Care Act will soon be history!"

Moving forward

Despite the backlash against him and his non-stop posting on Twitter, Donald Trump will soon be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. On January 20, Trump will make his way to Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day, while over 100,000 protesters are planning to voice their opposition to his presidency.