Donald Trump gave his second commencement speech since being sworn into office, this time speaking to the graduates at the United States Coast Guard Academy. During and following his speech, Trump's name went viral as social media users didn't hold back their thoughts.

Twitter on Trump

After just four months in the White House, Donald Trump has struggled during his time as Commander In Chief. The issues facing the former host of "The Apprentice" are wide-ranging, which included expected battles with Democrats, but also in-fighting within his own administration, squabbles with the Republican Party, and a growing list of potentially career-ending scandals that grow by the day.

With the pressure mounting over the last two weeks, mostly due to reports surrounding his firing of former FBI Director James Comey and his alleged sharing of classified information with Russian officials, Trump has done his best to be positive in public. Last week, Trump addressed the graduates at the Christian-based Liberty University, but received instant backlash due to some of his remarks. In an apparent case of Deja Vu, Trump gave the commencement address for the United States Coast Guard Academy on May 17, but was quickly trolled on Twitter for his efforts.

On Wednesday, Donald Trump addressed the U.S.

Coast Guard, and in typical fashion, turned the speech into a rant about his battle with the media. Trump warned those in attendance that life isn't always fair, before adding, "Look at the way I've been treated lately, especially by the media." "No politician in history...has been treated worse or more unfairly," he continued.

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's comments, social media users quickly pushed back. "Trump is giving a horrible, disjointed, crazy speech to graduates of US Coast Guard Academy," Editor-in-Chief of Mother Jones magazine Clara Jeffery tweeted out.

"Most Americans know what the @USCG US Coast Guard does.

It's bizarre that Trump doesn't and that he confused them with the @USNavy," another Twitter user wrote. "He is cutting their budget 12%! So I guess the " dreams" that #trump is taking about won't be supported by #POTUS," another tweet pointed out.

"Donald Trump doesn't deserve a seat at the US Coast Guard Academy graduation, let alone a voice," an additional social media user added. The backlash continues on Twitter, as it was clear that many Americans were still at odds with the current commander in chief.