After the January jobs report was released on Friday, Donald Trump was quick to gloat about the numbers. Despite his best efforts, not everyone was on board.

Trump on Twitter

With all the scandal and controversy hovering over the White House, Donald Trump has done his best to deflect onto other aspects of his administration. On Friday, the jobs report was released and saw the unemployment rate remain at 4.1 percent, with another 200,000 jobs being added to the economy. According to the Labor Department, wages increased by 2.9 percent compared to January 2017, making it the best pace since back in June 2009.

Critics of the president cite Obama-era policies for why the economy is doing as well as it has been, though Trump has predictably taken full credit for the results.

As seen during a tweet on February 3, the president is doing his best to turn the media attention away from the Russian investigation and onto the positive aspects of the economy.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump made sure to highlight [VIDEO] the current state of the economy. "Great jobs numbers and finally, after many years, rising wages- and nobody even talks about them," Trump wrote. "Only Russia, Russia, Russia, despite the fact that, after a year of looking, there is No Collusion!" he added. As expected, those who oppose the president wasted no time firing back, with some putting focus on the recent decline in the stock market that showed a drop of 666 points heading into the weekend.

Instant reaction

Following Donald Trump's tweet, the opposition wasted no time [VIDEO] doubling down on the Russian investigation.

"Russia Russia Russia..tell us Donnie, what does Putin's bedroom look like," one tweet read.

"Thanks Obama. Thank you, Donald, for the collusion," a Twitter user wrote "Indictments and cooperating witnesses. You're going to jail," an additional tweet added. "You really are the most desperate and obvious screaming moron in the galaxy," a follow-up tweet noted. "Why do you phrase 'No Collusion' like it's a proper noun? Is that going to be your harmonica-trio band name in prison?" a post asked.

"Why don’t you take credit for the 666 point loss on the stock market yesterday?" a Twitter user wondered.

"Who wants to listen to your constant lies and immature whining? Go have another Big Mac and a bucket of KFC," a social media user wrote. As the backlash continued, it showed that the president's critics would not be backing down at any point in the near future.