Donald Trump just can't seem to shake off the scandal involving Russia, as well as the issues plaguing his new health care bill. As the president moved into the weekend, he took time to continue to deny the allegations against him while targeting former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in the process.

Trump on Twitter

It's been over two years since Donald Trump officially became a politician and the controversy surrounding him has only grown on a daily basis. Not long after he announced his campaign for president, Trump was quickly faced with allegations that he was in cahoots with Russia. Despite denying the claims, critics of the former host of "The Apprentice" have continued to lash out.

Following his election win over Hillary Clinton, several credible news outlets and multiple government agencies revealed information that further links Trump and his past and present associates back to the Kremlin. Earlier this year, Trump attempted to deflect away from himself by blaming Obama for the scandal, accusing the former president of wiretapping his office in Trump Tower, while ignoring the hacking done by the Russians. As seen in a series of tweets on June 24, Trump is not holding back.

Taking to his Twitter account on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump did his best to push back against the Russian scandal.

"Since the Obama Administration was told way before the 2016 Election that the Russians were meddling, why no action?" Trump tweeted, before adding, "Focus on them, not T!"

In a follow up tweet, Donald Trump doubled down on attacking Barack Obama, accusing him of ignoring any issues in an alleged attempt at helping Hillary Clinton during the election. "Obama Administration official said they 'choked' when it came to acting on Russian meddling of election. They didn't want to hurt Hillary?" he wrote.

Trump on health care

While Donald Trump has been backed into a corner on the issue of Russia, he's also dealing with backlash pertaining to his much-criticized health care bill.

"I cannot imagine that these very fine Republican Senators would allow the American people to suffer a broken ObamaCare any longer!" Trump tweeted out. In his fourth and final tweet as of press time, the president simply put "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"

With the pressure mounting and scandals expanding, it's not likely that Donald Trump will be willing to back-down anytime soon. Only time will tell how it all plays out, but the president and the White House are expected to to stick their talking points regardless of what evidence gets released.