On Saturday night, a man took out a knife in Paris and began stabbing civilians, resulting in the death of at least one individual. In response, Donald Trump had a few things to say on his Twitter account.

Trump on Paris attack

International terrorist attacks have been on the rise in recent years, especially throughout Europe.

While the number of organized attacks have remained stagnant, lone-wolf violence has increased, with the most recent taking place in Central Paris on Saturday night. The suspect, since identified as 20-year-old Khamzat Azimov, stabbed multiple individuals, killing one and injuring four others before being shot and killed by police. Since then, reports have confirmed that the suspect had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS), with the terror group releasing video footage of Azimov.

As the news made the rounds [VIDEO] on Sunday, it was only a matter of time before Donald Trump spoke out, which he did in the form of a tweet on May 13.

"So sad to see the Terror Attack in Paris," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "At some point countries will have to open their eyes & see what is really going on."

"This kind of sickness & hatred is not compatible with a loving, peaceful, & successful country!" Donald Trump went on to add. "Changes to our thought process on terror must be made," the president concluded. As expected, Trump received push back from many in the comment section of his social media post.

Trump backlash

After tweeting about the terrorist attack in Paris, Donald Trump soon faced an onslaught of criticism [VIDEO]. "You still haven’t mentioned the waffle house shooting!" one tweet read.

"Nobody wants to hear you moan terrorist shootings in other countries and you won’t acknowledge those that happen in America when they are perpetrated by white males!" Bishop Talbert Swan tweeted.

"Still no tweets on the Waffle House shooting?" another tweet asked. "You always tweet about ‘terror attacks’ and STILL haven’t tweeted about James Shaw, Jr," an additional tweet noted.

"At some point people are going to have to realize you’re a moron and BTW that was yesterday," a social media user wrote. "What about the shooting at waffle house? Not close enough as Paris is right? Just pathetic," a follow-up tweet went on to read. The negative responses continued to pour in as the opposition to Donald Trump and the current administration picks up steam heading into the summer.