Donald Trump has found a way to somehow increase his use of social media in recent days, and returned to Twitter on Sunday in an attempt to gloat about his first six months in the White House. Not long after he sent out his tweet, the president faced heavy backlash from his critics.

Trump on Twitter

During entire 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made a lot of promises to potential voters. While the former host of "The Apprentice" did give details about specific actions he wanted to take, with many receiving wide-spread condemnation, the general message from Trump was that he was going to "Make America Great Again." Following his upset election win over Hillary Clinton, Trump was soon sworn into office last January and his presidency has been marred by constant controversy and scandal ever since.

Despite vowing to unite the country, Trump appears to have only made matters worse, with many calling for his impeachment on a daily basis. In the most recent round of polling, the president's approval rating has dropped below 40 percent, as pressure has come from his critics as well as the majority of the mainstream media. In recent days, Trump has amped up his presence on social media in an attempt to hit back at the press, including CNN and MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. As seen during a tweet on July 2, Trump decided to shift his tone to gloat about his presidency.

Taking to his Twitter account on July 2 was Donald Trump as the commander in chief did his best to promote the work that he's done since being sworn into the White House.

"Stock Market at all time high, unemployment at lowest level in years (wages will start going up) and our base has never been stronger!" Trump tweeted out.

Twitter reacts

While Donald Trump was quick to brag about his first six months in office, social media critics didn't waste anytime hitting back at the president's claims on Twitter.

"@RealTrump2016 is enjoying and claiming Obama's work. He has done absolutely nothing... but cause drama," one tweet read.

"Yeah, thanks to Obama," Austin Braun posted on Twitter, before adding, "But if I watched Fox and read Breitbart all day, I'd probably think the same." "Stock Market = Bubble based on futures /tax breaks, unregulating markets Unemployment = Obama legacy, Wages rising for wealthy #NiceTryTrump," musician Val Broeksmit tweeted out.

"Once all your policies take effect economy is going to tank. Rampant unemployment. Will be very bad," Nathan Bernard pointed out. "IQ of a President - all time low," actor Tommy Campbell added. As the backlash continued, it was clear that the president's critics were not going to back off anytime soon.