Donald Trump has never been shy about his thoughts on his own presidency. After gloating once again on Twitter, critics of the commander in chief wasted no time firing back.

Trump on himself

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015, most people didn't give him a realistic chance for success. As the months moved on, the former host of "The Apprentice" picked up steam and rode that momentum to the GOP nomination at the Republican National Convention. Just a few months later and Trump was able pull off the shocking upset over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States, in what has become one of the most controversial election results in American history.

Since then, Trump's presidency has been marred by inaction, in-fighting within the GOP, as well as the cloud of Russian election interference hanging over his entire administration. With little to no progress being made on his core campaign promises, the billionaire real estate mogul has watched his approval rating drop under 40 percent in the most recent round of polling. Despite this, Trump has dismissed the notion that he's had a rough start to his time in the White House, which continued during a self-congratulatory tweet on November 26.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday afternoon, Donald Trump decided to give himself a much-needed ego boost.

"Since the first day I took office, all you hear is the phony Democrat excuse for losing the election, Russia, Russia,Russia," Trump tweeted out.

In the second half of his tweet, Donald Trump went on to claim that he's had the best start to a presidency in the history of the United States. "Despite this I have the economy booming and have possibly done more than any 10 month President," he wrote, before concluding, "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"

Twitter responds

Immediately after Donald Trump gave himself a compliment on social media, those who oppose the president were quick to react.

"I agree! You are easily the best and most accomplished Russian dictator we’ve ever had. Thank you Good Sir!" one tweet read with humor.

"Discrediting the media and making it appear as though Obama’s economy is really your economy won’t save you from the wrath of Mueller," another Twitter user wrote.

"Getting nervous, comrade? 'Russia, Russia,Russia' will mean the end of your comical reign as America's head stooge," an additional tweet noted.

"Oh dear, is someone feeling a little unloved again?" news anchor Jon Snow posted.

"LoL, our economy was just fine before you had the Russians steal the election for you. YOU HAVE ACCOMPLISHED NOTHING!" a follow-up tweet pointed out. The backlash continued to pour in as the opposition to Donald Trump and his ego showed no signs of coming to an end.