On Tuesday night, Republican Karen Handel defeated Democratic challenger Jon Ossooff in a run off election to fill a vacant congressional seat in Georgia's 6th district. After sending out several tweets on the matter once the news broke of a Republican victory, Donald Trump returned to social media to bash the Democrats the following morning.

Trump on Twitter

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, it was clear that he was going to be a candidate like no other before him. Running as a Republican, the former host of "The Apprentice" spent much of his time on the campaign trail bashing his opposition, which switched to Hillary Clinton and the entire Democratic Party after he won the GOP nomination last summer.

Following his upset win over Clinton in the general election, Trump was soon sworn into office where his partisan battles with the opposition kicked into high gear. Despite holding a majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, Democrats have done their best to push back and block the policies that have been put forward by Trump and the Republicans, including their attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, with a much criticized alternative. As seen on his Twitter feed on June 21, Trump is not happy with the alleged "obstruction" coming from his political opponents.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday morning was Donald Trump and the president was quick to lash out at Democrats for not working with their Republican counterparts in Congress.

"Democrats would do much better as a party if they got together with Republicans on Healthcare, Tax Cuts, Security," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Obstruction doesn't work!"

Twitter reacts

As expected, social media critics of the president didn't hold back their thoughts in responding to Donald Trump's Tweet about obstruction.

"They're stopping you from giving tax cuts to the 1%, taking healthcare away from veterans, ruining our relationships, and hurting security!" Jules Suzdaltsev tweeted out.

"Obstruction doesn't work!?

Trump being elected, GOP control of Congress and Neil Gorsuch are evidence to the contrary," director Adam Best wrote in response, before adding, "Amazing how forgetful the GOP has become. Like the plot of Finding Dory or Momento but instead of the main character, it is all Republicans." "You mean the healthcare bill that the GOP won't show anyone?" Tony Posnanski rhetorically asked.

"You control all 3 branches of the federal government & still haven't accomplished anything...what on earth are you talking about?" another tweet went on to read. The backlash continued on social media as Donald Trump's critics were showing no signs off backing off their opposition, while pointing out the irony of many of his remarks.