John Podesta claims to be the victim of a “big lie campaign” concocted by President Donald J. Trump. The former campaign chairman for twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that not only is America’s leader fabricating lies about him, but he’s also been attacked by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In the first of three tweets, Podesta complained about the e-mail hack on his account during the 2016 presidential election, indicating the Russian president directed the “massive cyber crime.” His next tweet said he is now being victimized by lies initiated by President Trump.

The third tweet accused the president of being more “worried now” than when he suggested in July 2016 that Russians should attempt to find the 30,000 emails which were missing from Hillary Clinton’s personal email server. The tweet included an article from that time-period, titled, “Trump urges Russia to hack Clinton’s email.”

“Not bad enough that I was the victim of a massive cyber crime directed by the Russian President. Now I’m the victim of a big lie campaign by the American President. Donald Trump seems a lot more worried now than July 2016 when he asked the Russians to hack our campaign.”

The rant came after the president took to Twitter on Tuesday to say that Tony Podesta’s exit from his firm was Monday’s “biggest story,” and that his inside knowledge of the Democratic Party could be enough to “drain the swamp.”

President Trump tweeted: “The biggest story yesterday, the one that has the Dems in a dither, is Podesta running from his firm. What he know[s] about Crooked Dems is earth shattering. He and his brother could Drain The Swamp, which would be yet another campaign promise fulfilled. Fake News weak!”

The Podesta Group, a Democratic-leaning lobbying firm founded by John Podesta and his brother, Tony Podesta, is under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller. The investigation, which began over allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian agents, veered to Tony Podesta and the Podesta Group when Mueller’s team was examining former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s finances.

Both Manafort and the Podesta Group worked with entities associated with Ukraine. The Podesta Group’s work benefited a Ukrainian political party, according to reports.

On Monday, Tony Podesta announced that he would be stepping down from the Podesta Group, saying regarding the investigation that he “doesn’t intend to go quietly” and “needs to fight this as an individual,” without the firm’s involvement.

Podesta’s Twitter allegation that Trump “asked the Russians to hack [the Clinton] campaign” references a comment then-candidate Trump made at a news conference in Florida. What Trump actually said was, “I will tell you this. Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”