The scandal over Russia's impact on the 2016 presidential election is not going away despite the best efforts of Donald Trump and the White House. With the pressure mounting, it appears that the president is frustrated with everything that is related to the scandal in question.

Trump walks off

Starting from the early days of the election, Donald Trump has been linked to Russia and President Vladimir Putin. Whether it's refusing to release his tax returns, his associates and advisers getting caught speaking to Kremlin officials, or his kind words about Putin, Trump can't get away from the Russian allegations.

In an attempt to deflect away from the scandal, the former host of "The Apprentice" took to Twitter earlier this year and accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his offices in Trump Tower during the election. Trump provided to evidence at the time, and has since not given any proof to back up his claims. While the president has defended his actions, he doesn't appear willing to speak about the issue in public, and has since gone silent on the topic. As reported by Raw Story on May 1, Trump spoke to CBS News' John Dickerson on Monday at the White House, and quickly ended the interview and walked off when the wiretapping conspiracy was brought up.

While speaking with John Dickerson in the Oval Office, Donald Trump grew visibly frustrated with the questions pertaining to the baseless wiretapping allegations against Barack Obama.

"He was very nice to me, but after that, we’ve had some difficulties," Trump said in response to what his current relationship is with Obama. "You know, words are less important to me than deeds, and you saw what happened with surveillance," he continued.

At this point, John Dickerson then asked what evidence Donald Trump had to back up his claims, but the billionaire real estate mogul refused to provide any, instead noting, "our side has been proven very strongly." "I just wanted to find out.

You're the president of the United States," John Dickerson said, before noting, "You said (Obama) was sick and bad." "I have my own opinions. You can have your own opinions," Trump said. After being pressed one more time by Dickerson, Trump replied, "that's enough. thank you," before walking away and ending the interview.

Moving forward

While it's unknown if Donald Trump will ever provide the evidence needed to validate his allegations against Barack Obama, it seems as if the president is not happy with how the issue is being handled by the media. The House Oversight Committee is currently investigating what Russia's role was in the election, and only time will tell how it all unfolds.