After nearly a year of the White House fighting off allegations that Donald Trump was in cahoots with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election, a new story adds new fuel to the fire. The latest revelation finds that Kellyanne Conway and Donald Trump Jr. promoted fake news from a Kremlin-backed "troll farm" just days before Election Day.

Conway on Twitter

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015, questions were raised as to what ties he had to foreign countries due to his history of business deals around the world.

The first causality of the Trump campaign over Russia was former campaign manager Paul Manafort who was forced to resign from his position after his financial link to the Kremlin was revealed. Since then, several past and current members of the campaign and administration have been exposed for having various degrees of Russian ties. From former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn to Attorney General Michael Flynn, the trail back to Russia is spread out to multiple names, with well-respected news outlets backing up the information. Despite this, the billionaire real estate mogul and his team have denied any wrongdoing, which Trump makes clear on an almost weekly basis during his posts on social media.

According to the Daily Beast on October 18, several individuals close to Trump have been outed as sharing fake Russian news on their social media accounts.

In a report originally broke by the Daily Beast on Wednesday, the popular, but now banned, Twitter account known as the "Tennessee Republicans" had actually been run by a Russian "troll farm." The account, which was banned by last August, had gained more than 140,000 followers and became one of the top Pro-Trump Twitter accounts on the social media platform.

The articles shared by the account ranged from pieces attacking Hillary Clinton, to claiming voter fraud by liberals, which were shared on various occasion by Trump staffers.

Current presidential counsel and former campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, was also found to have shared articles from the "Tennessee Republican," including an anti-Clinton hit piece that focused on her private email server, and the scandal involving former Democratic Rep.

Anthony Weiner, just days before voters went to the polls. As of press time, neither Conway nor the White House have issued a response.

Twitter reacts

Not long after the news broke about Kellyanne Conway sharing fake Russian tweets to her followers, critics of Donald Trump took time to lash out. "Communicating with bots, hey? You is in BIG trouble, lady! Go get another lawyer. You will need one," one tweet said on Conway's Twitter page.

"I think Kellyanne Conway would look swell in orange," one Twitter user added.

"They'll claim they had no idea it was a Russian troll & good luck proving they did. Endless rinse & repeat of lies & denial," yet another tweet stated.

"If you have to go to the slammer, what will people say?" a tweet asked. "It turns out you are much dumber than I thought, wenchie. U should not have been playing with the Russians," an additional social media user noted. As the negative reaction continued, the scandal and drama surrounding Donald Trump and Russia showed no signs of ending anytime soon.