After yet another woman came forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, the president decided to speak out. Following his denial of the allegations, social media quickly went viral.

Trump on Twitter

It all kicked into high gear just a month before Election Day in 2016 with the release of the now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape that revealed Donald Trump's private sexual thoughts.

In the four weeks that followed, a dozen women came forward to accuse Trump of various acts of sexual assault and harassment, all of which the president has denied. Fast forward to present day and the Washington Post cover story on February 20 highlights Rachel Crooks, who has added her name to the list of Trump accusers.

Rachel Crooks claims that in 2006 she was kissed by Donald Trump on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City. In response, the former host of "The Apprentice" was quick to deny the allegations with an aggressive post on Twitter.

"A woman I don’t know and, to the best of my knowledge, never met, is on the FRONT PAGE of the Fake News Washington Post saying I kissed her (for two minutes yet) in the lobby of Trump Tower 12 years ago," Trump tweeted.

"Never happened! Who would do this in a public space with live security," Trump wondered [VIDEO]. "Cameras running. Another False Accusation. Why doesn’t Washington Post report the story of the women taking money to make up stories about me? One had her home mortgage paid off. Only Fox News so reported...doesn’t fit the Mainstream Media narrative," he added.

Instant backlash

Following Donald Trump's denial on social media [VIDEO], those who oppose the president made sure to hit back. "You... Because your spoiled, entitled brat all grown up. You think your sh*t doesn't stink and you are above the law because you are rich. You are real a**hole," a tweet read.

"Why mention it if it never happened? You worried?" a Twitter user wondered. "When you have money, you can do whatever you want. Grab em by the pu**y...you said that," a tweet pointed out. "Let's see, you've lied several times every day you've been in office. About stupid stuff like the size of the inaugural crowd, the viewership of the SOTU. You also made it clear you think you can "do whatever you want to do with women" So I believe the woman," yet another tweet noted.

"Must have been a weak moment for you . We know you prefer to grab em behind closed doors, brag about it , then pay them off," a follow-up tweet read. "You would. You did it all the time. Because you said that when you were famous, women just let you do that to them. Remember? Your words. I believe everything she said," a social media user added. As the backlash continued, Trump appears to be standing by his denial against the claim that he cheated on Melania Trump while committing sexual assault.