It's become routine for Donald Trump to start his morning off with a round of social media messages. However, along with the president's rants have come massive backlash from many of those who follow him.

Trump on Twitter

The 2016 presidential election will go down as one of the most shocking in recent history. With over 20 candidates running as Republicans and Democrats, when Donald Trump announced that he would join the mix not many gave him a realistic shot at success. However, as time moved forward, the former host of "The Apprentice" proved his doubters wrong and was able to gain enough momentum to move through the Republican primary and on to a general election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

One reason why Trump was able to become as popular as he has is because of his use of social media. With 28 million followers on Twitter, and millions more on Facebook, Trump used various social media platforms to bypass traditional news outlets to reach potential voters and promote his agenda. While this enabled Trump to find success, it has also meant that critics have been able to instantly respond to him with their thoughts. This was evident as Trump decided to lash out on Twitter with a series of messages on April 24.

Taking to his Twitter account on Monday morning, Donald Trump continued his theme of ranting on social media.

"The two Fake News polls released yesterday, ABC & NBC, while containing some very positive info, were totally wrong in General E," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Watch!" In a follow-up message on Twitter, the president turned his attention to the proposed border wall. "The Wall is a very important tool in stopping drugs from pouring into our country and poisoning our youth (and many others)!

If," he tweeted.

Instant reaction

In response to the aforementioned tweets, Twitter users were quick to fire back, including why Donald Trump, as of press time, has not completed what appeared to be the start of a string of new messages.

"You are a liar - day in and day out - NOTHING BUT LIES," actress Rosie O'Donell tweeted out. "If they're fake news polls, then the positive info is incorrect. You dummy," Twitter user Alex Zalben pointed out.

"You really need to get some new material- you're like a washed up Catskills comedian at this point," Twitter user Roland Scahill added.

"Drugs are being smuggled through underground tunnels. How will a stupid Wall stop that? It's a colossal waste of taxpayers' money," editor Anirvan Ghosh wrote. "An unfinished tweet? Whaaat? Did you fall asleep? Unfinished and makes no sense are two interchangeable types of tweets you send," another message read. The negative reactions continued to pour in, as Donald Trump has still left his most recent tweet unfinished.