The biggest political story to dominate the news cycle in recent months has been over what role Russia played in the 2016 presidential election, and the possible impact they had on Donald Trump and his campaign. As the pressure mounts on the administration, some of the president's most vocal supporters are coming to his defense.

Huckabee on Twitter

It's been two years since Donald Trump created a media frenzy on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City to announce that he was going to run for president in the Republican primary. Not long after Trump launched his campaign, he surprised many by gaining popularity and becoming the front runner to win the GOP nomination.

As the former host of "The Apprentice" proved that he was a legit contender to the presidency, critics and the mainstream media continued to dig into the controversy that he was somehow linked to Russia. As expected, Trump and his team have denied the allegations that he's been in cahoots with Russia, but since his inauguration, several well-respected news outlets and government agencies have revealed information that conflicts with the administration's position. The latest twist comes in the form of a recent Washington Post story that revealed that the president was under investigation for potential obstruction of justice, which Trump went on to confirm in a series of angry tweets. As seen in several tweets sent out on June 17, Trump supporter and former Arkansas Gov.

Mike Huckabee decided to come to the president's defense.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday was Mike Huckabee who didn't hold back when it came to his defense of Donald Trump in regards to the Russian story and being under attack by liberals.

"It's not RUSSIANS we should worry about attempting to hack elections-it's RADICALS who assassinate and try to overthrow elected officials," Huckabee tweeted, in reference to the recent shooting of GOP Rep. Steve Scalise at the hands of a Bernie Sanders supporter.

"To be clear-Libs fear Russia disrupted our election process so they respond by trying to disrupt our election process b/c they hate results," Mike Huckabee posted in a follow-up message.

In his final tweet as of press time, the former governor of Arkansas continued his attack on liberals, while dismissing the Russian Scandal in defense of Donald Trump. "Whether by Russians or left-wing radicals, trying to oust a duly ELECTED gov't and smear @POTUS is threat to country and Constitution," he tweeted.

Huckabee on Fox News

Doubling down on his tweets, Mike Huckabee appeared on "Fox & Friends" on Saturday to elaborate on his feelings. While speaking about the aforementioned shooting of Steve Scalise, Huckabee piled on his attack while claiming "leftists" don't have "honor and integrity."

Moving forward

Though Mike Huckabee and other loyal supporters of the president continue to push back against the allegations that there has been collusion between Russia and Donald Trump, new information continues to break which doesn't add up to their defense. As both supporters and critics debate the issue, only time will tell how it all plays out.