On Tuesday night, a new report broke that claimed the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) hired an outside firm to dig up research and fund the now controversial "dossier" about Donald Trump and his ties to Russia. As expected, the president made sure to give his thoughts on Twitter [VIDEO]by quoting his favorite cable news network.

Trump on dossier

During the 2016 presidential election [VIDEO], speculation surrounded Donald Trump and his candidacy over his potential business ties to foreign countries due to his decades as a businessman. The former host of "The Apprentice" set off several alarms with his questionable behavior, including, but not limited to, his refusal to release his tax returns and his praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

After Trump pulled off the historic upset with his win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, several well-respected news sources and government reports were released and exposed the fact that not only did Russia hack into election, but did so with a Trump victory in mind. Trump and his administration have since denied any wrongdoing in regards to being in possible cahoots with the Kremlin, with the president going as far as calling reports that say otherwise as "fake news." On Tuesday night, an explosive report by the Washington Post noted that the Clinton campaign and the DNC reportedly hired a firm that put together what is now known as the "pee tape" dossier. As seen on his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning, Trump has spoken out.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump used a simple quote from Fox News to express his thoughts about the latest revelation surrounding the dossier.

"'Clinton campaign & DNC paid for research that led to the anti-Trump Fake News Dossier. The victim here is the President.' @FoxNews," Trump tweeted.

Dossier and the DNC

In the aforementioned report by the Washington Post, the paper notes that lawyers from the Clinton campaign and the DNC hired a Washington research firm known as Fusion GPS to dig up information on Donald Trump. The firm then reportedly hired Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer, who put together the pieces of the puzzle that eventually became the dossier in question.

The documents were then released and reported by CNN, revealing alleged information about the president's time in Russia. Buzzfeed went further and reported that Trump had hired Russian prostitutes to engage in controversial sexual acts, which triggered massive backlash from the White House.

As of press time, the information obtained in the dossier have yet to be confirmed and are seen as questionable.