Since he was elected as the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump has increased his use of social media. In his seventh tweet of the day, the new president got more than he bargained for with his latest call to action on Friday evening.

Trump on Twitter

Not long after he took the oath of office two weeks ago, Donald Trump was quick to act as the new president. The billionaire real estate mogul has signed several executive orders, with most facing serious backlash from his critics and political opponents. Two of the most controversial executive orders signed into law by Trump has be in regards to combating illegal immigration, and the now infamous "Muslim ban." As protests continue to break out against the new administration on an almost daily basis, Trump has showed no signs of slowing down.

After another Twitter post on February 3, social media users trolled the commander in chief.

"We must keep 'evil' out of our country!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Friday evening. Trump's message follows his previous tweet where he referenced an failed attempt at an Islamic terrorist attack on Paris, France at the Louvre Museum earlier in the day. "A new radical Islamic terrorist has just attacked in Louvre Museum in Paris," Trump pointed out, before concluding his tweet in all caps, reading, "GET SMART U.S."

Trump backlash

In response, social media users fired back at Donald Trump over his comments.

"I think we should keep fear-mongering out of this country," author David G. McAfree tweeted out. In a follow-up message, McAfree sent out a humorous meme depicting the characters of the Disney film "Aladdin," showing that they could travel anywhere in the world, with the exception of the United States.

Former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, also responded to Donald Trump, continuing his theme of critical remarks about the president.

"@realDonaldTrump you're sprouting evil in US. With every policy you make, someone turns his back on you," the former Mexican President wrote on Twitter, while adding, "No #FuckingWall could prevent that."

TV writer Bess Kalb also went off on the former host of "The Apprentice," trolling the new president, while adding a shot at his Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

"@realDonaldTrump Honey, before you start pointing fingers, take a look at what your new friend Steve has said and done," Kalb wrote. As of press time, Trump has not responded to the criticism, but it's likely he will tweet again soon.