It's become the biggest political story over the last two months, but not everyone is convinced that Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election. Donald Trump has cast doubt, even after the CIA and the FBI revealed their findings, which is even being dismissed by many in the right-wing media, including Fox News host Sean Hannity.

MSNBC vs Fox News

Even during the election, reports circulated and speculated about what the relationship might be between Donald Trump and Russia. With Trump keeping his tax returns private, and his constant praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the case for a link between the two only grew stronger.

After the election, the CIA, FBI, and the White House all confirmed that Russia was behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), with the main goal of preventing Hillary Clinton from becoming president. In the two months since Election Day, Trump has pushed back against the allegation, as have Wikileaks and many right-wing news hosts. As reported by Mediaite on January 6, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough had strong words about how the hacking was being reported on Fox News by Sean Hannity.

Last week, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sat down for an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity and denied that Russia was the source of the DNC hack, and that the Kremlin had nothing to do with their initial reporting on the matter.

Despite Hannity and other Republicans previously speaking out against Wikileaks, most appear on board now that the group targeted a Democratic presidential candidate. On Friday morning's "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, co-host Joe Scarborough went off on Hannity.

"Wikileaks, Julian Assange was enemy number one...for the Republican Party, Donald Trump, and for every Republican," Joe Scarborough said, before putting out their alleged hypocrisy.

"Now they're sitting there, like Sean Hannity is," the MSNBC host said, adding "there's a bromance there. It's repulsive." Scarborough called on Trump to "get on board" with the mounting evidence against Russia, while predicting, "this is going to end badly."

Next step

Despite a bipartisan effort in Congress to further investigate the Russian hacking, Donald Trump is sticking with his guns and denying that Russia was behind the election hack. With support from some in the media, including Fox News hosts like Sean Hannity, it doesn't appear like the president-elect will be changing his mind anytime soon.