After his first 100 Days in the White House, Donald Trump decided to celebrate by holding a rally. During the event, Trump noticed an African-American supporter in the crowd and gave him a shout-out during his speech, while also dealing with protesters who attempted to crash the event.

Trump's rally

The 2016 presidential election produced one of the most controversial campaigns in history. Donald Trump was never seen as a serious candidate, and surprised many when he was able to gain momentum and become the Republican nominee last summer. After the former host of "The Apprentice" pulled off the upset and defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November to become the 45th President of the United States, the reaction was of shock and awe from the American people.

Since then, Trump has struggled in his job as commander in chief, as he's dealing with a wide-range of problems that have plagued his administration. From the growing Russian scandal, fighting within his own administration, and controversial executive orders that have failed in the court, Trump has pushed back and blamed the mainstream media for much of his troubles. Trump's feud with the press has continued to present day, as he decided to skip the annual White House Correspondence Dinner and hold a rally for himself instead. As reported by Fox News on April 29, Trump gave his speech which didn't go over with many.

Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on Saturday night, Donald Trump gave himself credit for his alleged accomplishments during his short time in office.

"We are eradicating the criminal gangs and cartels that have infiltrated our country," he said, before citing his policies regarding trade, immigration, foreign policy, and others. Not long after, protesters made trouble in the crowd, prompting Trump to call for them to be kicked out of the event.

As expected, Trump then went on to bash the media, notably CNN and MSNBC, labeling them "fake news" to the delight of the crowd.

While speaking, the president noticed an African-American in the crowd holding a "Blacks for Trump" sign. "Thank you for that sign: 'Blacks for Trump,'" Trump said, before adding, "I love that guy."

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's rally, social media users were quick to fire back. "I need a shirt that says 'White Not For Trump,'" one tweet read.

"Obviously he was paid to be there. Maybe all attendees were," a follow-up post read in regards to the "Blacks for Trump" incident. "How much you want to bet it's a white guy holding the sign?" one social media user wondered.

"This is the worst episode of Reading Rainbow I've ever seen," another Twitter user wrote in reference to the president reading a poem during his rally. "TrumpRally because even idiots need a hero," a tweet read. The reactions kept pouring in as "Trump Rally" quickly started to trend on Twitter.