Since defeating Hillary Clinton to become the new president-elect, Donald Trump has only increased his presence on social media. Despite vowing to be "very restrained" on Twitter, Trump has continued to receive backlash for his questionable outrage.

Trump tweets

One of the reasons why Donald Trump was able to connect with millions of his supporters was due to his controversial use of Twitter. With over 17 millions followers, the billionaire real estate mogul has carved out his own niche on social media. In the weeks since Election Day, Trump has lashed out at the cast of the musical "Hamilton," while also engaging in a feud with "Saturday Night Live." The former host of "The Apprentice" has also targeted union leaders, select media outlets, and even the entire country of China.

Trump's latest grievance is with critics who are pushing for electors to switch their vote before the offical electoral vote takes place on Monday. Trump expressed his anger by returning to Twitter for the first time in nearly 24 hours on December 18.

"If my many supporters acted and threatened people like those who lost the election are doing, they would be scorned & called terrible names!," Donald Trump tweeted Sunday evening. Trump's comments come jut 48 hours after he openly admitted that his own supporters were "violent," "nasty," "mean," and "vicious" during his "Thank You Tour" speech in Orlando, Florida.

Earlier in the campaign, Trump rallies would often result in violence, as protesters clashing with supporters became the norm. One rally in Chicago last March became so intense that local law enforcement were forced to cancel the event.

Protest push

In addition to the electors that are on the fence about going rogue and refusing to vote for Donald Trump, multiple protests are being planned in Washington, D.C.

for Inauguration Day on January 20. One of the loudest voices to oppose Trump has been liberal filmmaker Michael Moore.

In a Facebook post on Sunday, posted shortly before Trump's tweet, Moore pleaded with the electors to vote against the president-elect. "I'm simply asking you to vote your conscience and PLEASE do not put our nation in danger by choosing Donald J. Trump," Moore wrote on his social media account.