On Monday, some of the women who had previously accused Donald Trump of sexual assault and harassment came forward to call on congress to launch an investigation into the matter. In response, the billionare real estate mogul was not happy about it.

Trump accusers

It was one month before the 2016 presidential election when the "Access Hollywood" tape was released, which exposed Donald Trump bragging about using his fame to touch women as he pleased. The tape was so clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" decided to give a rare apology, which was broadcasted across all the major television networks.

In the weeks that followed, close to a dozen women came out to accuse Trump of sexual assault or harassment, with allegations that dated back decades. Trump predictably denied the claims, going as far as threatening to sue the women after the election. Trump never followed through on his plans to take legal action, and the story faded and was relegated to mostly liberal blogs and away from the mainstream media. Fast forward to present day and the fallout following the scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein has reignited the allegations against Trump, with over a dozen of the president's accusers calling for congress to investigate the allegations against him. In a pair of tweets on December 12, Trump has decided to speak out.

As seen on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump lashed out in opposition to the allegations of sexual assault by bashing the Democrats and name-dropping a vocal Female Senator in the process.

Trump attacked the Democrats for using millions of dollars on the ongoing Russian investigation, tweeting that they have "been unable to show any collusion with Russia."

"Now they are moving on to the false accusations and fabricated stories of women who I don’t know and/or have never met," Donald Trump went on to write, while adding, "FAKE NEWS!" The commander in chief then turned his attention to a particular Democratic female senator who is pushing for his resignation.

Double down

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump called out Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for siding with his accusers and calling on him to resign. Trump referred to Gillibrand as a "Lightweight" and a "total flunky" for the Democrats, before accusing her "begging" him for campaign contributions. Trump evenly oddly said that she would "do anything" to get him to donate to the Democrats. As of press time, it's unknown whether or not congress will look into the allegations against the president.