In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has been forced to push back against allegations of colluding with Russia. While the rumor of his link to the Kremlin have been ongoing since the early days of the election, the scandal has heated up, much to the chagrin of the new president.

Trump on Twitter

When it comes to the possibility of Donald Trump working with Russia, most of the American people seem to have already made up their minds. For those who support the president, they blame the "fake news" media for unfairly attacking the former host of "The Apprentice," while the rest look at the available evidence, which points to a likely connection between both sides.

From failing to release his tax returns, to former and current associates being caught communicating with Russian officials, the Trump administration is in hot water in regards to the scandal of Russian interference. As the pressure mounts, Trump took to Twitter on April 3 to voice his frustrations.

"Such amazing reporting on unmasking and the crooked scheme against us by @foxandfriends. 'Spied on before nomination,'" Donald Trump tweeted out, before referring to the Fox News story as "The real story." In a follow-up series of tweets, the president continued his attack on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

"Was the brother of John Podesta paid big money to get the sanctions on Russia lifted? Did Hillary know?" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Monday morning. In his final tweet as of press time, the billionaire real estate mogul hit back at Hillary Clinton for a second time.

"Did Hillary Clinton ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate? Just asking!" he tweeted.

Moving forward

Despite the evidence that has been presented by the majority of the mainstream media, Donald Trump is sticking with conservative-leaning news outlets in an attempt to push his own conspiracy theory that he was spied on during the election. While it's unknown how it will all play out in the end, it appears that the president is not happy with how the press has handled the story.