After a week out of the United States, Donald Trump is on his way back to the White House. As he was making his return home on Saturday, the president decided to send out multiple tweets, many of which didn't go over well with his critics.

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Over the last week, Donald Trump has spent time in several countries and meeting with many different world leaders as he represented the United States on an international platform for the first time as commander in chief. While Trump and his administration, along with select members of the right-wing media, have appeared pleased with what has gone down during the week, critics of the president and more mainstream news outlets haven't been so kind.

From the moment Trump touched down in Saudi Arabia for his first stop, those who oppose the president have pushed back at his behavior. As the week went on, Trump continued to make apparent blunders during stops in Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as in Rome with Pope Francis, and later during his meeting with leaders from other G7 nations. With a controversial trip now behind him, the former host of "The Apprentice" decided to return to Twitter on May 27 to give his thoughts on the past week, while also tweeting about his plan to bring back money from the Middle East.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump concluded his foreign trip by sending out a few tweets.

"Many NATO countries have agreed to step up payments considerably, as they should. Money is beginning to pour in- NATO will be much stronger," Trump tweeted out. In a follow-up Twitter message, Trump went on to add, "Bringing hundreds of billions of dollars back to the U.S.A. from the Middle East - which will mean JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"

Twitter reacts

Not long after Donald Trump sent out his tweet about saving "billions" from the Middle East, social media critics hit back.

"It means you sold a shitload of weapons to Saudi Arabia," Tony Posnanski tweeted in reference to Trump's recent $110 billion weapons deal with the Saudi.

"Seriously starting to question your legitimacy, Sir," author Joe Papp wrote on Twitter.

"Your approval ratings are terrible, you've yet to accomplish nothing but talk conspiracies during your presidency—Way to go down in history," another social media user added. "What will it take for GOP to put country over party? Does Putin have to literally be sitting in the Oval Office?" actor and director Rob Reiner went on to write.

"LIES, LIES, LIES!" actor Tommy Campbell tweeted.

"So if Trump's election was obtained thru collusion, how far do we get to unwind this? And does Gorsuch get a vote if SCOTUS hears this?" actor George Takei added. With Donald Trump returning to Washington following his controversial foreign trip, it appears that critics on social media will continue to hold his feet to the fire for the foreseeable future.