As the Russian investigation continues to heat up, Donald Trump and the White House are not happy about it. In his latest round of tweets, the president called on Republicans to take control.

Trump on Russia

Ever since the early days of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has been forced to push back against allegations that he has been in cahoots with Russia. From praising Russian President Vladimir Putin to refusing to release his tax returns, the former host of "The Apprentice" caused speculation to grow early on, which only increased following his upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in November 2016.

Since then, multiple news outlets and government agencies have confirmed that Russia hacked into the Democratic National Committee with the goal of helping to elect Trump, resulting in an investigation being set up led by special counsel Robert Mueller, the former head of the FBI. Many of Trump's former and current associates have since been indicted due to their links back to Russia, which led to Trump lashing out with a series of tweets on January 10.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump wasted no time giving his current thoughts on the status of the Russian investigation, with special focus on Democratic Sen.

Dianne Feinstein who hours earlier released a full transcript of the Senate testimony of the co-founder of Fusion GPS. Trump ripped into Feinstein, referring to her as "sneaky" and a disgrace" before elaborating further.

"The single greatest Witch Hunt in American history continues," Trump said of the Russian investigation.

"There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion, and yet on and on it goes," he continued. "Russia & the world is laughing at the stupidity they are witnessing," Trump went on to wrote, while concluding, "Republicans should finally take control!"

Instant reaction

In response to Donald Trump's ranting on Twitter, critics hit back.

"If there really was no collusion then why not be quiet and let the investigation find the facts?" one tweet wondered.

"So, you will fully comply with any investigation then? Live testimony? refusing to cooperate, and asking for vetted questions instead of a live interview is the same as pleading the fifth," another tweet added.

"Siding with Russia, while you mock our systems... Real presidential," a Twitter user wrote.

"Trump has proven he is physically and psychologically incapable of telling the truth.

Why would we listen to a guy that’s obviously off his rocker?" a tweet asked. "You obviously didn't read the Fusion GPS Testimony which discredits everything that Fox News has been pushing on their viewers," yet another tweet stated.