Donald Trump has reached one of his first milestones in office by completing his first 100 Days in the White House. While Trump was quick to lash out at the press for how they have reported on his short time in office, social media users also gave their thoughts.

Trump on Twitter

It all started back in June 2015 when Donald Trump held a press conference on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City to announce his campaign for president. During his speech, Trump made derogatory remarks about illegal immigrants from Mexico being "murderers" and "rapists," which led to massive backlash from the mainstream media.

In the almost two years since his campaign kicked off, the former host of "The Apprentice" has made it clear that he is not a fan of the press, going as far as labeling journalists and reporters as "terrible," and some of the "most dishonest people" he's ever met. Despite the tension between both sides, Trump was able to weather the storm of media criticism by tapping into social media, mostly Twitter, and using it to bypass the filter of the press and push his agenda. While he said he would be "very restrained" when it came to his social media use in the White House, that hasn't been the case, as Trump has used Twitter on an almost daily basis. With his first 100 days now in the past, Trump went back to Twitter once again on April 29 to rip into the media for their reporting.

Taking to his Twitter account on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump expressed his anger and frustration with the media for how they have reported his first 100 days in the White House.

"Mainstream (FAKE) media refuses to state our long list of achievements, including 28 legislative signings, strong borders & great optimism!" he tweeted.

Twitter reacts

In response to his Twitter, social media users fired back with thoughts of their own.

"You want to tell us then? …because we're pretty confused as to what you've achieved besides spending millions of taxpayer $ on ur golf game," entrepreneur William LeGate wrote on Twitter about Donald Trump. In a follow-up tweet, LeGate added, "You've kept the grand total of 6 out of 103 promises. That's less than 6% despite being 7% done w your entire presidency."

"You made 103 promises and kept SIX of them!" writer and producer Jules Suzdaltsev tweeted out, before noting, "And one of those six was paying Carrier 7 million dollars to keep 800 jobs in the US as a publicity stunt!" "Your only achievement has been setting the record for vacation days.

Nobody intelligent respects you!" actor Tommy Campbell went on to write. The negative reaction continued, as it was clear that millions of Americans are not pleased with the current commander in chief.