On Monday morning, it was revealed that three names linked back to Donald Trump and his campaign were charged in the ongoing investigation into Russian election interference. When Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway was questioned about the news of the day, she didn't appear too pleased about it.

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Donald Trump and his reported ties back to Russia have plagued his time as a politician since the day he announced his campaign back in the summer of 2015. When the outspoken and typically critical and vocal Trump refused to criticize Russian President Vladimir Putin, questions were raised [VIDEO] as to why he was holding back.

In that time, speculation grew when the former host of "The Apprentice" became the first major candidate for president to refuse to release his tax returns. In additional, several members of his team had been forced to step down from their roles due to various relationships with the Kremlin, including, but not limited to, former campaign manager Paul Manafort. As expected, Trump has denied any and all wrongdoing, instead labeling the allegations against him as "fake news" while attempting to deflect the blame onto Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration. After it was revealed on Monday that Manafort and his associate Rick Gates had been indicted over the investigation, former Trump campaign policy adviser George Papadopolous also plead guilty on charges of lying to the FBI. These issues and more were addressed when Kellyanne Conway spoke with "Fox & Friends" on October 30.

Joining Fox News on Monday morning, Kellyanne Conway did her best to spin away from the Russia probe and Robert Mueller's investigation. While Conway claimed that everyone involved with the investigation was "fully cooperating," she then stated that the president "considers this a hoax and that people should be looking into campaign coordination, if not collusion, between the Clinton campaign, the DNC, this Russian dossier."

Kellyanne Conway continued with her rant about Hillary Clinton and the alleged funding of the "pee tape" dossier, before complaining that the former Secretary of State just "won't go away." "We dispensed with her (Clinton) a year ago. But she just won’t go away," Conway said.

"The president is very focused on other things," Kellyanne Conway went on to say, adding that Donald Trump is more focused on "what matters to the American people." The segment concluded and it appeared that Conway and the White House were more than rattled by the news.

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As Donald Trump and the administration fight back against former members of their team being indicted and admitting guilt over the Russian investigation, only time will tell how it all plays out. With the pressure mounting, Trump is sitting on an approval rating of just 35 percent.