After nearly 100 days in the White House, Donald Trump is still talking about the election, while further igniting his feud with the media. Despite bragging about his alleged favorability with the American people, social media users were quick to give the president a reality check.

Trump on Twitter

During the 2016 presidential election [VIDEO], the idea of a Donald Trump victory was the last outcome that most people predicted. Even after the former host of "The Apprentice" won the Republican nomination last summer, he was still considered a long-shot in the general election against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. However, Trump was able to ride his momentum along with questionable and controversial circumstances to an upset win on his way to being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

Trump's victory came while he was sitting on a negative approval rating, which was reflective in the fact that he actually lost the popular vote by nearly five million. Fast forward to present day and the billionaire real estate mogul has been surrounded by a constant stream of controversy that has resulted in his favorable rating dropping to record lows. While this might be the case, Trump says otherwise [VIDEO] which was evident during an April 23 tweet.

Taking to his Twitter account on April 23, Donald Trump is now gloating about a recent poll that appeared to show him in a more positive light. "New polls out today are very good considering that much of the media is FAKE and almost always negative," Trump tweeted out, before adding that he "would still beat Hillary in popular vote."

In a follow-up message on Twitter, Donald Trump continued to dig into the election results.

"ABC News/Washington Post Poll (wrong big on election) said almost all stand by their vote on me & 53% said strong leader," Trump tweeted.

Celeb reaction

"Ever stop to think that NEGATIVE depiction of your policies by "FAKE" media is driven by...the divisive, mean-spiritedness of your agenda?" author Joe Papp noted. Horror movie director Stuart Gordon even chimed in, noting, "Still living in the past, Donnie? You're the most unqualified president our history. Don't get too comfortable, you'll be gone soon." "You didn't beat Hillary. She got more votes. Dream on Cheeto," actor Tommy Campbell added.

Instant backlash

While Donald Trump was quick to promote a poll that was cherry-picked in data, many had other ideas.

"Your approval numbers suck," entrepreneur William LeGate tweeted out, before later adding, "Under 45% approval as your first 100 days is coming to an end. Worst ever in our nation's history. Breaking ALL the records lol."

"You're still talking about Hillary nearly six months after you won the election. Truly incredible," writer George Tinari noted on Twitter. "And you're STILL banging on about Hillary. This is so, so sad. You won, you're President, but you have severe small man syndrome," writer Mike P. Williams pointed out.

This reaction continued, with the number of negative tweets outweighing those that gave support to the commander in chief. Despite this, Trump is not expected to slow down his rhetoric when it comes to his win in last year's election.