On Monday night, a suspected suicide bombing took place at the Manchester Arena during a Ariana Grande concert. The following morning, Donald Trump offered his comments but was quickly hit with backlash across social media.

Trump on Manchester

Thousands of cheering Ariana Grade fans were having a wonderful time Monday night in Manchester, England until a bomb exploded at the arena. Within seconds, the once excited crowd was rushing to the exit as they ran to find cover. In the aftermath, at least 22 people were killed, with over 50 left injured, though those numbers could rise over the next 48 hours.

As of press time, local authorities believe that the person responsible was killed in the attack, with another arrested in possible connection to the bombing. Not long after the bombing took place, the Islamic State (ISIS) released a video taking credit for the Terrorist Attack, though no evidence has been made public to show that the group was directly responsible. In response, Donald Trump gave his thoughts during a May 23 press conference with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem.

"I extend my deepest condolences to those so terribly injured in this terrorist attack and to the many killed and their families," Donald Trump said of the Manchester attack.

"So many young beautiful innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life," Trump continued.

Donald Trump went on to explain that he refused to call the terrorists "monsters," because he believes they would like that name.

"I will call them losers because that’s what they are, they’re losers," Trump continued.

Twitter reacts

Responding to Donald Trump's comments, and later his tweet on the matter, social media users were quick to offer their criticism. "Jesus my 3rd grader could have delivered a more appropriate and eloquent speech," one tweet read.

"You are the one who caused this and it is because of your trip to Saudi and the weapons you sold to them!!!" another Twitter user wrote. "Thought Donald Trump had a great plan an unbelievable plan that was supposed 2 eliminate ISIS in his first 30 days?" an additional social media user wondered.

"This is supposed to be our leader? "Losers" is the best he can do??? The nation's English teachers bow their heads in shame," a tweet noted. "Wow, strong words, I'm sure he invented the term 'losers'...He could call them 'poopie-heads'...That would be an extremely crushing blow," a Twitter user wrote.

The negative reaction continued as it was made clear that critics of Donald Trump were not going to pull back anytime soon.