After 100 Days in office, Donald Trump has already left a legacy in the White House that will go down as one of the most controversial in recent memory. With the latest economic news not being positive for the administration, social media users were quick to point out the irony.

Trump's Twitter backlash

When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, one of his big talking points was citing his history as a successful businessman. After decades of working in real estate, in addition to his other business ventures, the former host of "The Apprentice" produced a resume that was unlike any other candidate running for president.

During the 2016 presidential election, the economy was one of the most important issues to voters, which led to Trump's populist message being successful in winning key swing states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Despite this, the president hasn't been able to keep true to his campaign promise, as the economy has not improved at the rate that he had planned during the election, As reported by The Hill on April 28, Trump's first three months in officer have produced record-low results when it comes to Economic Growth, which didn't go over well on Twitter.

According to the Hill, the Commerce Department announced on Friday that the first quarter of 2017 has resulted in just 0.7 percent economic growth.

The number is the worst economic performance in the United States since 2014. Donald Trump's first quarter as president also pales in comparison to how former President Barack Obama closed out his time in the White House which resulted in 2.1 percent growth.

Twitter reacts

As expected, critics of Donald Trump were quick to mock and troll the president on Twitter over the latest news.

"Who would've thought?! No one wants to visit US and Int'l students are choosing other universities. Hate isn't good for the economy," one Twitter user wrote. "As well as the weakest person in the POTUS position in history. He must be removed," a tweet went on to read.

"Of course growth slowed, people were scared sh*tless of the trainwreck they installed as the leader of the free world," another tweet read.

"Weakest president..smallest hands. Non existent brain. It's a first all the way around," a follow-up tweet went on to say. "@POTUS Donald Trump what the hell is going on here? What happened to the biggest, the best, and the hugest ever?" one Twitter user wondered. The tweets kept pouring in as it was clear that those who oppose the commander in chief were pleased with the results of his rhetoric.