Of all the stories to come out of the 2016 presidential election, it's been the scandal between Russia and Donald Trump that has garnered the most attention. As the pressure continues to mount on the White House, Trump has decided to deflect blame onto his political opponents.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump first announced he was running for president, many wondered what impact his history as a businessman would have on his administration. As time went on, Trump refused to release his tax returns, leading to increased speculation over what he might be hiding in his financial history.

Rumors of a potential relationship with Russia heated up, as the former host of "The Apprentice" praised President Vladimir Putin on a routine basis during his campaign. With Trump associates and advisers being caught communicating with Russian officials, as well as having their financial links to the Kremlin exposed, Trump denied any wrongdoing. Since his election, reports have confirmed that Russia not only hacked into the Democratic National Committee, but did so with the goal of harming Hillary Clinton in the process. As the House Select Committee continues to investigate what impact Russia had on the election, Trump is still pushing back, which was evident during a May 7 Twitter rant.

Taking to his Twitter account on Sunday morning, Donald Trump decided to accuse democrats, without evidence, of working with Russia.

"When will the Fake Media ask about the Dems dealings with Russia & why the DNC wouldn't allow the FBI to check their server or investigate?" Trump tweeted out.

This isn't the first time that Donald Trump has made allegations without supplying proof to back up his claim.

Earlier this year, in an attempt to shift the focus away from his alleged ties to Russia, the billionaire real estate mogul accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his offices in Trump Tower during the election. Obama has denied the charges against him, and further investigation has showed that Trump's allegations don't hold up to the facts.

Moving forward

After less than four months in the White House, Donald Trump is facing heavy backlash over a variety of issues. With the scandal of Russia growing by the day, Trump appears to be doing his best to distract the American people with daily Twitter rants, attacks on his political opponents and the "fake news" media, all while his approval rating sinks to just 40 percent.