Donald Trump is back on social media and he isn't happy with a variety of topics. One issue that the president is focusing on is the previously released "dossier" that accused him of several unconfirmed acts.

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When Donald Trump pulled off his shocking upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, questions were quickly raised to the legitimacy of his victory. Not long after his win, reports circulated that the Trump campaign had been in possible cahoots with Russia. In the weeks and months that followed, several well-respected news outlets and government reports revealed that not only did Russia hack the 2016 presidential election, but that they did so with a Trump win in mind.

One of the reports came from CNN, which included a so-called "dossier," which revealed Trump's dealing with Russia. Buzzfeed took the reporting a step further to claim, without full evidence, that the former host of "The Apprentice" took part in a sexual act with Russian prostitutes. As expected, Trump and the White House accused the sources and media of pushing "fake news," though the story hasn't gone away. As seen on his Twitter account on October 19, Trump is back on the defensive attack.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Thursday morning, Donald Trump hit back about the latest news surrounding the dossier, or what has been commonly known as the "pee tape." "Workers of firm involved with the discredited and Fake Dossier take the 5th," Trump tweeted out, before rhetorically asking, "Who paid for it, Russia, the FBI or the Dems (or all)?"

Not stopping there, Donald Trump also hit back against the "fake news" media when it comes to other Russian-related stories.

"Uranium deal to Russia, with Clinton help and Obama Administration knowledge, is the biggest story that Fake Media doesn't want to follow!" Trump posted. The billionaire real estate mogul has made a habit out of lashing out on social media, with his Twitter rants becoming routine and commonplace on an almost daily basis. Whether it's Democrats, rival Republicans, Hollywood critics, or the "fake news" media, Trump doesn't look to be slowing down his criticism anytime soon.

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While it's currently unknown whether or not the details of the alleged "pee tape" can be verified, Donald Trump appears impacted by the story. As time moves forward, only time will tell if the contents of the dossier are ever revealed to the public.