Just one day after his controversial speech at the General Assembly, President Donald Trump sat down with leaders from several African countries. Following the lunch, Trump made a speech and quickly got mocked for appearing to either make up, or mispronounce the name of a country in Africa that doesn't even exist.

Trump on Africa

When Donald Trump was elected president last November following his shocking upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, many wondered what direction he would take the country during his time in office. Trump's inflammatory rhetoric which was a cause for concern during the primary and general election, turned into a reality for the country, and a nightmare for those who oppose him.

Heading into this past Tuesday, no one really knew what to expect from the former host of "The Apprentice" when he spoke in front of the United Nations General Assembly. During the speech, it quickly became apparent that Trump converted his tweets into full sentences and paragraphs, going as far as teasing potential war with North Korea, while mocking Kim Jong-un as "Rocket Man." After a day of backlash, Trump met with several African leaders during a United Nations lunch, before making yet another speech where he appeared to cite an non-existent country in Africa, as reported by CNN on September 20.

While addressing African leaders at the United Nations, Donald Trump make comments that raised eyebrows.

"Africa has tremendous business potential," Trump said, before adding, "I have so many friends going to your countries trying to get rich." Later on in his speech, Trump noted the recent Ebola outbreak, before praising the health care system of the country of Nambia, which doesn't actually exist. "Nambia's health system is increasingly self sufficient," the president said.

Twitter reacts

As expected, critics of the president wasted no time trolling him for his blunder about the made up country of Nambia. "As Trump's so keen to nuke someone, let's push Nambia, whose healthcare system he just praised.

1 problem- there is no Nambia," one tweet read.

"#Nambia is truly beautiful this time of year. Everyone should visit at least once in their lives. Just take Psilocybin to get there," another Twitter user sarcastically posted.

"Nambia doesn't exist and already has better health care than we're about to get from Republicans," TV writer Benjamin Siemon tweeted out.

"While speaking to leaders from Africa, Trump referenced the country of Nambia, which doesn't exist. Again, you can't make this stuff up," another tweet added. As the backlash and mockery continued to pour in, those who oppose Donald Trump showed that they have no interest in backing off their criticism anytime soon.