Donald Trump and his entire team have continued to push back at the growing allegations that the administration has been in cahoots with Russia. As the pressure mounts, Trump is defending himself on social media.

Trump on Twitter

It has become the story that just won't die for the White House as Donald Trump deals with the scandal involving Russia. From the early days of the 2016 presidential election, the former host of "The Apprentice" has been facing allegations that he's linked to Russia, as even more damaging information has been released to the public since he's been sworn into office last January.

The most recent twist to the story comes in the form of Robert Mueller, the former FBI director who was recently hired as a special counsel to the Russian investigation. Earlier this week, the Washington Post broke a bombshell report that Mueller was investigating the president over potential Obstruction Of Justice. In response, Trump has denied any wrongdoing, lashing out on social media with his defense while attempting to deflect the issue back onto former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. As seen on his Twitter account on June 16, Trump is back on social media as he expressed his frustrations with the matter at hand.

Taking to his Twitter feed early Friday morning, Donald Trump doesn't appear pleased that he is currently under investigation.

"After 7 months of investigations & committee hearings about my 'collusion with the Russians,' nobody has been able to show any proof," Trump tweeted out, before concluding with his trademark "Sad!" In a follow-up tweet, Trump went on to add, "The Fake News Media hates when I use what has turned out to be my very powerful Social Media - over 100 million people!

I can go around them."

The investigation over possible obstruction of justice just adds to the scandal involving the president, with Donald Trump and his supporters claiming that he is a victim of a "witch hunt" created by his opponents and the so-called "fake news" media.

Trump's denial comes at a time where his standing and approval rating with the American people continues to reach record lows, falling to just 38 percent in the most recent round of polling.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump deals with the scandal and investigation involving Russia, only time will tell if he will be able to brush off the speculation and continue on with his administration. After only six months in office, the commander in chief has reached a potential point of no return, where not many presidents before him have had to face as a result of his own doing, despite blaming the press and others for what has taken place.