In recent days, one of the top news stories has been in regards to Facebook selling thousands of political ads to Russia during the 2016 presidential election [VIDEO]. In response, Donald Trump was quick to give his thoughts during his most recent Twitter tirade.

Trump on Hillary

The 2016 election cycle will go down as one of the most shocking and controversial [VIDEO]in recent memory. The emergence of Donald Trump took the world by surprise, especially once he was nominated at the Republican National Convention last summer. In the months that would follow, the former host of "The Apprentice" would battle the odds on favorite Hillary Clinton, who beat out Bernie Sanders in a tough fight during the Democratic primary.

Up until Election Day, Clinton seemed liked she had the election in the bag, but it wasn't to be as Trump pulled off the upset and has been the President of the United States for the last nine months. His win didn't come without controversy, however, as reports of Russian interference in the election have not slowed down. Despite the evidence that has come forward, Trump has denied any wrongdoing, even with the latest news of Facebook showing how thousands of Russian political ads made its way onto their platform. As seen on his Twitter account on September 22, Trump dismissed the latest Facebook-Russian story, while taking a shot at Clinton in the process.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Friday morning was Donald Trump and the president was not pleased that the Russian scandal was back in the news.

"The Russia hoax continues, now it's ads on Facebook," Trump tweeted, before asking, "What about the totally biased and dishonest Media coverage in favor of Crooked Hillary?"

Not stopping there, Donald Trump once again lashed out at the mainstream media for their alleged bias coverage and support of Hillary Clinton. "The greatest influence over our election was the Fake News Media 'screaming' for Crooked Hillary Clinton," Trump posted, while adding, "Next, she was a bad candidate!"

Next up

While Donald Trump still rants and raves about the ongoing scandal linking Russia to election interference, he has many more important issues facing him in the White House. The fight over the future of the Affordable Care Act hangs in the balance in the form of a proposed bill by Republican senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham, as well his new feud with Kim Jong-un, with the two world leaders continuing to trade insults.