On Wednesday night, the FBI uncovered even more information that possibly links Donald Trump and his associates to Russian operatives. As expected, backlash quickly followed, including from veteran journalist Dan Rather.

Rather on Trump

Over the last 24 hours, new information has been released that adds yet another curve ball into the scandal linking Donald Trump and his team to Russia. As Congress currently investigates what impact Russia had on the 2016 presidential election, the FBI released their own bombshell. As first reported by CNN, U.S. officials have confirmed that the FBI is currently looking through newly obtained information that suggests Trump colluded with Russian officials in an attempt to damage Hillary Clinton during her campaign.

While the White House has yet to comment on the report, former CBS News host and legendary broadcaster Dan Rather gave his thoughts during a March 22 Facebook post.

"The plot thickens. The drum beats increase. The pressure mounts. And a question I never thought I would ever heard asked again with such urgency and stakes looms large: 'What did the President know, and when did he know it?'" Dan Rather wrote to open his post on Facebook. Rather cited the aforementioned CNN report on the FBI's latest data, before stating that it was "impossible to overstate the seriousness of this allegation."

While Dan Rather did note that the information gathered by the FBI has not officially confirmed the relationship between Trump's associates and the Kremlin, he did point out that due to the shady history of both sides, all reports should be taken serious and be investigated by a bipartisan tea.

"I have seen a lot in my lifetime. But I have never seen anything like this," Rather said, while stating, "No one has." "The cauldron of chaos and confusion which engulfs President Trump in his early days in office is simply unprecedented," he continued.

Rather closes

In conclusion, Dan Rather warned that Donald Trump has put the United States into "dangerous times." "The White House is under siege.

The President's poll numbers drop to record lows. The fires of scandal are encroaching," he said, while writing, "Around and around it goes, where it stops nobody knows." As of press time, it's unknown how much, if any, of the FBI information is accurate, but it's providing even more negative feedback that the president doesn't need.