One of the biggest stories following the election of Donald Trump was the Russian "dossier" that appeared to link the president to the Russian government. While Trump has denied any wrongdoing, at least one Democratic member of Congress says otherwise.

Trump exposed?

Just weeks before he was scheduled to be sworn into office, Donald Trump and his administration were rocked by a bombshell report released by CNN. The report in question was in the form of a 35-page "dossier" that showed apparent ties between the former host of "The Apprentice" and the Russian government.

The dossier was put together by Christopher Steele, a former British spy, who was forced into hiding after the information went public. While CNN did not confirm or deny the claims made in the documents, Buzzfeed reported that one of the tidbits included Trump taking part in Sex Acts with Russian prostitutes, which included watching two women engage in the act known as a "golden shower." As expected, Trump quickly pushed back at the report, labeling it "fake news," and then targeting both CNN and Buzzfeed during a follow-up press conference. This issue was brought up once against during a March 9 interview on MSNBC when Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters claimed that the sex allegations were true.

Joining MSNBC host Ali Velshi was Rep. Maxine Waters, who didn't hold back her thoughts about Donald Trump and the allegations of his ties to Russia.

“I think they should really read it, understand it, analyze it," Waters said of Republicans critical of the dossier, while adding that it should then be "determine(d) what’s fact and what may not be fact." Not stopping there, the California Democratic addressed the allegations of sexual acts.

Double down

"We already know that the part about the coverage that they have on him with sex actions is supposed to be true," Maxine Waters said, while adding, "They’ve said it’s absolutely true." After being pressed about whether or not she really believed those allegations are accurate, Waters simply responded that "the investigations must be done...we must get to the facts."

Next up

As of press time, Donald Trump has not commented on Waters' remarks, and has instead attempted to shift the narrative on the issue at hand.

Over the last week, Trump has called for investigations into Democratic leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi over their baseless ties to Russia, while also accusing former President Barack Obama for wiretapping his office inside Trump Tower.