On Christmas morning, Donald Trump and Melania Trump sent out their first Christmas message as first couple. In response, critics didn't give them the best reaction on social media.

Trump on Xmas

For the better part of the last year, Donald Trump has made sure to claim that he's ended the so-called "War on Christmas" by stopping the alleged "assault" on the using the term "Merry Christmas." Despite other presidents and millions of Americans, both religious and secular, using the phrase on a yearly basis, the former host of "The Apprentice" hasn't stopped giving himself credit while spending his first holiday season as president.

On Christmas morning, both Trump and his wife Melania Trump came together to send out a holiday message, as seen on his Twitter account on December 25.

In their first Christmas message in the White House, Donald Trump and Melania Trump sent out their offical presidential greeting. "My fellow Americans, Melania and I are delighted to wish America and the entire world a Merry Christmas," the president said.

"At this time of year, we see the best of America," Melania Trump said. "We see children packing boxes to brighten the Christmas of our brave men and women," she continued, while adding, "we see families reaching out to neighbors." "We remember the story of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph that began over 2,000 years ago," Trump added.

"From behalf of Melania, myself, Barron, and the entire Trump family, God bless you. God bless America, and have a very, very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year."

Twitter reacts

After sending out their Christmas video, the opposition was quick to follow. "Remember when we had a President that could deliver a Xmas message without a teleprompter...one that could speak impromptu from his heart, that actually knew bible verses...one whose message displayed real joy and happiness and Christmas spirit," one tweet read.

"The White House looked so much better when the Obama's were there.

I guess money can't buy class," another tweet read. "Merry Christmas everyone! While Donald Trump does his best to ruin America by tearing apart the ideals & values we should all be fighting for, let us do a good deed on this day by giving to those in need. Feed a homeless person. Donate to a good cause!" an additional tweet noted.

"Merry #MuellerChristmas #MoronTrump How about giving America a Christmas gift and #ResignNOW. Or perhaps you could #ReleaseYourTaxes," a follow-up tweet stated. The negative reaction continued to pour in as politics was front and center even on Christmas.