With many sitting down with their families for Christmas dinner, Donald Trump decided to once again return to social media to push his famous talking point. In return, critics of the president weren't pleased with his timing.

Trump's Xmas message

For the first time since being sworn into office as president last January, Donald Trump and the first family were able to celebrate Christmas in the White House. While millions around the country spent time with their family, the former host of "The Apprentice" has used the holiday season to cater to his base and play partisan politics.

Like he did during the election, Trump used Christmas as a wedge issue to divide those on the political left and political right, falsely pushing the idea of a "War on Christmas" by claiming that the term "Merry Christmas" was not widely used before his election. On Christmas Eve, Trump took credit for ending what he described as an "assault" on the phrase "Merry Christmas," before sending out a joint tweet with First Lady Melania Trump on Monday morning. As seen on December 25, Trump decided to tweet again as many were eating dinner with their family and friends.

In a Twitter post on Monday night, Donald Trump took the opportunity to use the phrase "Merry Christmas" before vowing to get back to work and "Make American Great Again" on Tuesday morning.

"I hope everyone is having a great Christmas, then tomorrow it’s back to work in order to Make America Great Again," Trump tweeted. Not being able to help himself, Trump said if his ability to improve the country "is happening faster than anyone anticipated!"

Rapid reaction

After Donald Trump sent out his Christmas night tweet, many critics didn't give him the best feedback.

"You couldn't have waited until after most people finished dinner for this tweet?" one tweet read.

"America is already great.

You’re actually making it worse. Please resign-that would help Make America Great Again!" another tweet added. "God you’re so insecure," an additional tweet noted. "Really you have to compliment yourself on the day that celebrates Jesus birth? Do you even know who he is or what he stands for?" a follow-up tweet wondered.

"So people must work every day except Christmas Day to make America great again?

Remind me how many days you've spent playing golf since you became POTUS? And how many million dollars has it cost the American taxpayer to pay for all your golfing trips to Florida?" yet another Twitter user wondered." As Christmas came to a close, the opposition to the president was not showing signs of coming to an end.