One of the biggest stories over the last week has revolved around film producer Harvey Weinstein and the Sexual Harassment allegations surrounding him. As expected, Donald Trump decided to speak out with his own thoughts on the matter.

Trump on Weinstein

Earlier this week, the New York Times broke a bombshell story revealing that film producer and co-founder of Miramax, Harvey Weinstein, had been accused of various acts of sexual harassment going back decades. One of the centerpieces around the NYT article was actress Ashley Judd, who claims Weinstein invited her to his home to watch him shower.

Other names like Rose McGowan double down on the story, while Fox News reporter Lauren Sivan went on to accuse Weinstein of masturbating in front of her. In response, Weinstein quickly hired legal representation, denying the allegations in the process. One high-profiled lawyer brought on to defend the Miramax co-founder was Lisa Bloom, who then decided to quit the team on Saturday after massive backlash. As the drama continued, Donald Trump took time to give his thoughts, as reported by CBS News on October 7.

While speaking to reporters outside the White House on Saturday was Donald Trump, who was heading off to North Carolina for a fundraiser.

While the president fielded many questions, including the latest scandal surrounding his relationship with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the former host of "The Apprentice" was asked about the allegations involving Harvey Weinstein.

"I’ve known Harvey Weinstein for a long time," Donald Trump said, before adding, "I’m not at all surprised to see it." As expected, it didn't take long before critics of the commander in chief fired back, pointing out his own history of sexual assault and harassment allegations.

Twitter reacts

Following Donald Trump's remarks about Harvey Weinstein, those who oppose the president made sure to speak out. "Takes one to know one I guess," one tweet read.

"Trump saw him regularly at the meetings," another Twitter user added.

"I’m sure they’ve had many of those sick locker room discussions he loves to have," yet another tweet noted. "You know him a long time? Uhm! Would it be bc you both have the same behavioral pattern?" an additional tweet wondered.

"So you gave each other tips, swapped stories, did Cosby attend the bull sessions?" one Twitter user asked. "Meaning he was totally cool with it and probably did it together," one social media user noted. As the negative reaction continued, it showed that the controversial history Donald Trump has with women was not going to be forgotten anytime soon.