Just last month it was revealed that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee had helped fund what is infamously known as the "pee tape" dossier. In response, Donald Trump has been vocal with his anger and frustration, which continued during a recent radio interview.

Trump on Clinton

From the very start of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has been forced to push back against allegations that he has been in cahoots with Russia. The typically outspoken and brash Trump spoke only highly of Russian President Vladimir Putin, which contradicted his critical style when addressing other world leaders and political opponents.

Further questions were raised when the former host of "The Apprentice" became the first major political candidate in 40 years to refuse to release his tax returns to the public. While speculation about Trump's ties to Russia were an issue during the campaign, the scandal kicked into high gear following his election win over Hillary Clinton when it was uncovered by multiple well-respected news outlets and government agencies that the Russians hacked the election in favor of the billionaire real estate mogul. As the pressure mounted, CNN reported earlier this year about a "dossier" involving Trump's alleged activity with Russia. Buzzfeed elaborated even further on the report, claiming the president took part in sexual acts with Russian prostitutes.

There has been no confirmation to back up the findings, which Trump has referred to as "fake news." According to The Hill on November 2, Trump is still not done venting over the Russian investigation, the dossier, and Clinton.

While joining conservative radio show host Larry O'Connor of WMAL in Washington on Thursday, Donald Trump vented over not being able to take part in FBI and Justice Department investigations, while pushing for the department to look into Hillary Clinton.

"Hopefully they are doing something," Trump said, while stating, "At some point maybe we're all going to have it out."

Donald Trump described himself as "very unhappy" for not being able to help take part in the investigations.

"The saddest thing, is because I'm the president of the United States, I'm not supposed to be involved in the Justice Department. I'm not supposed to be involved in the FBI" Trump said. "I'm not supposed to be doing the kinds of things I would love to be doing and I'm very frustrated by it," he continued.

Twitter reacts

Not long after Donald Trump made his remarks, critics of the president wasted no time firing back. "Oh, trust me. You'll be "involved" eventually," one tweet added.


How can such an IGNORANT, unread, barely literate individual make this statement with a straight face? He's no POTUS!!!" an additional tweet noted. "He fundamentally didn't understand what the POTUS actually does when he ran, and still doesn't understand almost a year in," one Twitter user added.

"It’s called the rule of law.

Perhaps you should understand a job before applying for it," yet another Twitter user wrote. "You are so involved 45. You've belittled the FBI so much, they will dig and dig until the entire set of dominoes collapses on you," a Twitter post stated. The negative reaction continued to pour in as those who oppose the president showed no signs of slowing down.