In recent weeks, the scandal surrounding Russia and Donald Trump has only heated up with each passing day. With most news outlets holding Trump's feet to the fire on the issue, the president has found that Fox News is his only safe space in the media.

Trump on Fox News

Even before he pulled off the upset over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States last November, Donald Trump was surrounded by a constant controversy regarding Russia. Since the billionaire real estate mogul refused to release his tax returns, reports circulated and alleged that Trump had financial ties to the Kremlin.

In addition, several of Trump's past and current advisers and associates have been exposed for having their own link to Russia, in one way or another. In an attempt to deflect from the issue at hand, Trump has made several baseless allegations, with his latest including a Fox News story that targets former Clinton campaign chair John Podesta. As seen on his Twitter account on March 28, Trump continued to lash out.

The latest conspiracy about the Clinton campaign involves John Podesta and his alleged time on the board of directors of a Russian based energy company.

Not much is known about the allegations, but that hasn't stopped Donald Trump from promoting it ad nauseam. Doubling down on tweets made on Monday night, Trump once again used his Twitter following to push the Podesta/Clinton/Russia conspiracy, while blasting "fake news" in the process.

Trump on 'fake news'

"Why doesn't Fake News talk about Podesta ties to Russia as covered by @FoxNews or money from Russia to Clinton - sale of Uranium?," Donald Trump sent out on Twitter Tuesday night.

As expected, the commander and chief has a close bond with the conservative network, which has only increased in recent days. Last week, Trump tweeted out for his supporters to watch a broadcast of Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro, while doing the same for "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday morning. As of press time, the only allegations taken seriously are the ones being investigated by the House Intelligence Committee which show Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election in favor of Trump.