On the second day of his foreign trip, Donald Trump delivered a speech on fighting terrorism at an Arab-Islamic-American Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In response, social media users were quick to lash out at the president.

Trump in Saudi Arabia

One of the biggest talking points used by Donald Trump during the year and a half that he was on the campaign trail was his harsh tone on Islam, Muslims, and the rise of Islamic terrorism around the world. In the United States, the reaction over Trump's rhetoric was reflective in the partisan divide in the country.

Republicans and conservatives cheered the hard-line stance against Islam, while most Democrats and liberal Americans accused the former host of "The Apprentice" of racism, prejudice, and Islamophobia. Despite the backlash, Trump was able to weather the storm and win the general election race over Hillary Clinton. Since then, controversy has surrounded the White House, as the scandal involving Russia and the administration heating up. With the pressure mounting, Trump kicked off his weekend with a stop in Saudi Arabia as he embarked on his first international trip as commander in chief. After addressing high-ranking officials in Saudi Arabia on May 21, Twitter users made sure to give their thoughts.

"Every time a terrorist murders ad innocent person and falsely invokes the name of God, it should be an insult to every person of faith," Donald Trump told the group of Islamic leaders.

"Terrorists do not worship God, they worship death," Trump continued, in a dramatic shift in tone and detail from the language he used on the campaign trail to win the votes of right-wing Americans. Trump's speech was less aggressive and reports indicate that it went through several re-writes to make sure it came across as professional as possible.

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's terrorism speech in Saudi Arabia, critics of the president made sure to push back on Twitter, showing that they were not impressed or convinced with the change in tone. "#MAGA GOT PLAYED. After slamming Hillary as weak on 'radical Islamic terrorism,' #TrumpinSaudi delivers a soft-spoken speech of platitudes," former Hillary Clinton adviser Peter Daou tweeted out.

"#TrumpinSaudi speech dull.

The 'Drive them out' left audience looking askance. Speaking like they never heard of terrorism. #patronize much?" Malcolm Nance wrote on Twitter. An additional tweet posted a video of two Saudi leaders not looking interested in Trump's speech, with another tweet commenting, "This dude has had a permanent WTF face since Trump started talking. We feel ya, bro."

"The reality is the Saudis likely ARE thrilled with Trump.

He's transactional, doesn't care about human rights, and bolsters them vs Iran," MSNBC host Joy Reid tweeted out, before asking "Why does Trump sound winded?" "Trump brings up 9/11...15 of the 18 attacks were Saudi (he doesn't mention that, which i guess would be rude," Reid added.

"Hey media, learn from last time. Don't give President Dumpster points just for reading a speech off of a teleprompter," actor George Takei noted.The negative reaction continued as the start to Donald Trump's foreign trip didn't go over well on social media.