If there's one political topic that Donald Trump continues to focus on its illegal immigration. After highlighting the issue once again on social media, his critics were quick to fire back.

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When Donald Trump announced his plan to run for president just over two years ago, he quickly came under fire when he spoke about immigration and referred to those who come into the United States illegally from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." The backlash came quickly, with critics accusing the former host of "The Apprentice" of being a "racist" and a "Xenophobe," while the majority of the mainstream media also reacted critically.

In the months that would follow, Trump would propose controversial policies in regards to immigration reform, including the possibility of a mass deportation of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the United States. Following his shocking election win over Hillary Clinton last November, Trump has taken steps on the topic at hand to move forward with what he promised during the campaign. One issue that the president has pushed is what is known as "Kate's Law," which is named after Kathryn Steinle who was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant in July 2015. The bill would impose a minimum five-year prison sentence for illegal immigrants who were deported and commit a crime after reentering the country.

As seen during a June 28 tweet, the president promoted the bill which will be voted on during the week.

Taking to Twitter to promote "Kate's Law" and push for an end to sanctuary cities, Donald Trump was pleased to announce that the House of Representatives will hold a vote on Thursday.

"Tomorrow the House votes on #KatesLaw & No Sanctuary For Criminals Act," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Lawmakers must vote to put American safety first! #SaveAmericanLives."

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's tweet, social media critics didn't waste time in giving their thoughts back to the commander in chief.

"*Tweet sent from golf cart," actor Tommy Campbell tweeted back.

"Shame we can't vote you out tomorrow," Jamie Grayson wrote on Twitter. "If saving lives is what you're into then maybe don't take health insurance away from 20 million. just a thought," actor Adam Rose tweeted in response.

"The Congressional Christian Taliban kill more people with their #Wealthcarebill than ISIS will ever behead..." another Twitter user added.

The negative reaction continued as it was made clear that the partisan divide in the United States was far from being over.