Over the weekend, Donald Trump has pushed back at allegations that his administration is linked to Russia, doing so by putting the blame on Democrats and former President Barack Obama. In response, some hosts on MSNBC have decided to speak out.

MSNBC on Trump

Since the early days of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has been hit with multiple allegations of being linked back to the Russian government. After refusing to release his tax returns, speculation continued to grow, with many wondering what the former host of "The Apprentice" was hiding in his financials.

As time moved on, news reports would reveal questionable information that only raised more questions about Trump and the Kremlin. In recent weeks, Trump has fought back repeated allegations that his administration has been communicating with Russian officials, going as far as accusing Barack Obama of wiretapping his phones at Trump Tower. As seen across Twitter on March 5, two MSNBC hosts are not holding back their thoughts on the commander in chief.

"There is NO proof that: 1. Barack Obama ordered any thing 2. That Trump Towers had its phones tapped," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough wrote on Twitter Saturday morning.

On Sunday, Scarborough continued to lash out at Trump on social media. "The White House interfering with an FBI investigation focused on the president would be an obvious abuse of power," he tweeted, while adding, "This is outrageous."

Not stopping there, Joe Scarborough continued his Twitter attack on the president.

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"Did Trump trash the 44th President and slime American democracy based on a conspiracy theory pushed on talk radio and website?," Scarborough wondered, before noting, "That's sick." The co-host of "Morning Joe" went on to tweet that "Trump is not about the Republican Party. Trump is about Trump."

Mika's take

Fellow co-host of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, Mika Brzezinski, also had a few words for Donald Trump.

"We need a serious, credible President. The presidency is being lowered, diminished, and undermined by the President," Brzezinski wrote on Twitter, using the hashtag "#sadtowatch."

On Sunday night, Brzezinski piled on, tweeting, "The FBI is demanding that the Justice Dept calls out Trump for his lies this weekend. Unfortunately, Justice remains silent." Adding insult to injury, the MSNBC host also used the hashtag "#FakePresident" to describe Trump.

Moving forward

As Donald Trump continues to push the conspiracy theory that Barack Obama had his office bugged at Trump Tower, no credible evidence has been presented to back up the allegations. In addition, the FBI has recommended that the Justice Department reject the claims made by the president.