It was earlier this week when Donald Trump announced that the United States would pull out of the Iran deal resulting in expected backlash from the Democratic Party. After Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer expressed his opposition, the president decided to lash out on Twitter just days after Melania Trump started her "Be Best' initiative.

Trump on Schumer

Back in 2015 during the Barack Obama administration, the United States joined with the United Kingdom, Russia, France, China, Germany and the European Union to help keep Iran in check in regards to their nuclear weapons program.

Despite this, many Republicans expressed skepticism, questioning whether or not the deal allowed Iran to gain access to funds that they could use to support international terrorism. Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer also questioned the agreement, but then came out against Donald Trump for backing out this week.

In the aftermath of Donald Trump's decision on the Iran deal, high-profiled Democrats have spoken out, including a harsh rebuttal from former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden. In response to Chuck Schumer's criticism, Trump ripped into the Democratic senator during a May 10 tweet.

"Senator Cryin' Chuck Schumer fought hard against the Bad Iran Deal, even going at it with President Obama, & then Voted AGAINST it!" Trump tweeted out. "Now he says I should not have terminated the deal - but he doesn’t really believe that!" he wrote, before concluding, "Same with Comey. Thought he was terrible until I fired him!"

Twitter reacts

Following Donald Trump's tweet about Chuck Schumer, critics made sure to hit back in response, with many pointing out the hypocrisy of the president's reaction just days after Melania Trump created the "Be Best" campaign.

"Well and he’s also a bad mood b/c he’s probably not getting the play on his Tinder account he had hoped," one tweet read.

"Can we please pass a law that the next president will not be allowed to have a Twitter account?" a Twitter user wrote.

"Isn’t your wife lobbying for anti bullying?? A bit hypocritical don’t you think?" a tweet pointed out. "Phew! For a second there I thought you were becoming good person after helping to get those men freed from Korea. Thank goodness that was all an act," voice actress Mary E. McGlynn replied.

"You could have worked on it not pulled out of it you idiot.

That’s what Schumer means," a social media user wrote. "What does this have to do with anything going on! Just wants to call someone a name!" a follow-up went on to read. The negative responses continue as the opposition to Donald Trump moved forward.