As tens of thousands of women protested on the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump's inauguration, the president appeared a bit confused with his reaction. In a tweet on the subject, Trump expressed his support for the march that was in opposition to his presidency.

Trump on Women's March

Once Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, it didn't take long before it was clear he wouldn't get much support from women in the United States. Due to his well-documented history with women, which included several alleged affairs and disparaging remarks, the former host of "The Apprentice" was forced to hope for the best when it came to tapping into the women's vote.

After his upset win over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, millions of women and men put together an opposition movement, now known as "The Resistance." On his inauguration, angry Americans staged demonstrations around the country to express their disdain for Trump. Over the last year, that anger has only grown, which is evident in the most recent round of polling which shows Trump with an approval rating of just 35 percent. With protests taking place in New York City, Washington, D.C. and other locations, Trump decided to send out a tweet in praise of the Women's March on January 20.

In a tweet posted on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump sent a confusing message which made it appear that the president believed that the Women's March was actually in support of his administration, as opposed to being in opposition.

"Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to March," Trump tweeted.

"Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months," Donald Trump went on to add, while noting, "Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!"

Instant mockery

Within minutes of his tweet, Donald Trump was quickly hit with massive backlash.

"Millions of strong women just grabbed you by the pu**y," actor Tommy Campbell tweeted out.

"Today people march against the behavior, words, policies, and politics of the most vile, inhumane person to ever occupy the oval office!

Happy one year anniversary Trump! Enjoy the Trump ShutDown!" Bishop Talbert Swan tweeted. "Yes Donald it sure looks like that’s what they are celebrating you national embarrassment," Jeremy Botter posted.

"U really are insane.

U have no idea of the reason behind the March. So why not STFU. Just go play golf or play w ur po*no star & let the adults figure this thing out. I'm sure we can find a Forbes mag for her to spank you," another tweet read. "You realize that the Women's March is against you, the same as the one from last year that was bigger than your inauguration," an additional tweet noted.