It's been almost five months since Election Day, but Donald Trump is still not done gloating about his upset victory. However, during his most recent speech, some members of the audience weren't thrilled to hear the president relive the election.

Trump brags

When it became clear that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, it quickly became one of the most shocking results in American political history. As expected, the former host of "The Apprentice" was pleased to celebrate the victory with his supporters, while rubbing the results in the face of his critics.

Typically the winning candidate takes a short time to celebrate the win, but by the time they are sworn into office on Inauguration Day, the new president is expected to get down to business and put the election in the past. For Trump, that normal course of action has not taken place, and the president has taken time whenever he sees fit to bring up his big win. As reported by Raw Story on April 4, Trump ran into some trouble on the issue during a recent speech.

While addressing a room of union construction workers in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday afternoon, Donald Trump found a way to shift the subject onto himself. The Democrats, the anger and the hatred. And they are still trying to figure out where all these people came who voted for Donald Trump," the president told those in attendance.

"They would say there is no way to 270 (electoral votes)," Trump continued, before adding, "there was a way to 306!"

Tired schtick

After listing off states that he surprisingly won against Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump then went on to say "I had the support, I would say, almost everybody in this room!" At this point, people in the crowd started to laugh and boo the president.

"No we did!" Trump fired back. According to Igor Bobic of the Huffington Post, one man shouted back "Nope, nope," while others continued to laugh at the idea that Trump was supported by union members.

However, not everyone was negative towards Donald Trump, who did receive cheers later on during his speech when addressing his deicsion to pull the United States out of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal.

While the billionaire real estate mogul continues to bring up his win from five months ago, it seems some people are getting tired of the repetitive act.