Donald Trump's Twitter tirades have become so frequent that they've become part of his presidential legacy. The former business mogul has used his preferred social media platform to debunk a story that recently covered the front page of the Washington Post

Rachel Crooks had come out in 2016, following Trump's much publicized admission that he has engaged in sexually devious acts with women in the past, to reveal that she was one victim of his shameless exploitation. Crooks recounts a time when the current president had forcibly kissed her in an elevator at the Trump Towers sometime in 2006; she was working as a receptionist at a law firm in the building at the time.

However, Trump has updated the public on his innocence amidst these recurring allegations. In a series of tweets that were fired off earlier today, he brandishes this story as "fake news." Peep the tweets below:

A report from The Hill revealed that in December 2017 that a women's rights lawyer had tried to arrange donors and other media outlets to provide compensation to women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct, which resulted in one unidentified victim having her mortgage paid off.