With another day gone by, Donald Trump has decided to vent his frustrations on social media. As the pressure mounts on himself to explain the growing Russian scandal, the president has decided to focus on one of his former political rivals in the form of Hillary Clinton.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in June 2015, the initial reaction from the majority of the American people and the mainstream media was that his candidacy was not to be taken seriously. Despite this, the former host of "The Apprentice" was able to gain steam during the Republican primary and eventually be named the GOP nominee last summer.

While this was taking place, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was giving Hillary Clinton a surprisingly strong run for her money during the Democratic primary. Though Clinton was able to come out on top, Sanders' supporters stood by him, with many speaking out in opposition to the former Secretary of State, going as far as refusing to vote for her over Trump in the general election. With Clinton facing growing criticism on the left, it was just one of many contributing factors that led to her defeat on Election Day. In the months that have followed, Trump has been sworn into office where his approval rating sits at around just 40 percent, with his policy proposals, executive orders, and controversial rhetoric all leading to his downfall.

As seen during a June 25 tweet, Trump is now doing his best to deflect from the Russian scandal by putting attention back on the heated Clinton and Sanders primary race.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning, Donald Trump decided to turn back the clock and rip into Hillary Clinton for her primary win over Bernie Sanders.

"Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order to beat Crazy Bernie Sanders," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Is she allowed to so collude? Unfair to Bernie!"

Donald Trump's tweet is in reference to the controversy surrounding the Democratic primary in reference to how the Democratic National Committee (DNC) handled the race.

Many believe that the DNC were biased against Bernie Sanders, who has long been an independent, in favor of a Clinton victory.

Moving forward

Donald Trump's latest tweet doubles down on his other social media posts from over the weekend where he also went back in the past to attack Democrats. On Saturday, Trump continued his attack on Hillary Clinton, while accusing former President Barack Obama of ignoring information pertaining to the Russian scandal, while doing his best to deflect attention away from his own administration.