President Donald Trump's first 100 days have been filled with twists, turns and position flip-flops that even his most ardent supporters probably wouldn't have been able to predict. And while recent polling shows the majority of Trump's base still stands with the president -- at least online, some of his decisions have spurred serious backlash.
One key turning point for some supporters was the president's ordered missile strike against Syria. President Trump ran on an "America first" platform, even using the controversial phrase multiple times in his immigration speech, but escalating conflict in the Middle east, for some high-profile Trump backers, turned out to be a step too removed from the platform that got him elected.
"Trump campaigned on not getting involved in Mideast. Said it always helps our enemies & creates more refugees. Then he saw a picture on TV," tweeted conservative commentator, and author of the book "In Trump We Trust," Ann Coulter.
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Right-wing radio host Laura Ingraham also criticized Trump's strategy in Syria saying, "Missiles flying. Rubio's happy. McCain ecstatic. Hillary's on board. A complete policy change in 48 hrs."
"I'm officially OFF the Trump train," tweeted Paul Joseph Watson, a writer for the pro-Trump conspiracy site InfoWars.
But the revolts weren't just isolated to Twitter. Pro-Trump users on social media platform Reddit also quickly turned on the president multiple times throughout his first 100 days. On the Reddit forum "The_Donlad," which normally functions as an alt-right bastion for #MAGA hat wearing Trump loyalists, things quickly turned south once the president took military action in Syria.
"I have been with r/the_donald since 2015 so if anyone thinks this is concern trolling can f**** off. I have sided with Trumps every move. But this, this is what I voted against. I am not happy with this," wrote a user called TheGermanest.
Another user called Rossinian criticized Trump by saying, "So now every time some dictator kills someone (even when it's true) we have to act as the world police??"
"This isn't what I voted for," Rossinian continued.
Users on The_Donald also flipped on the president over rolling back Obama-era online privacy rules.
"It's been fun up to now. We need to be critical of him too if he helps sell us out," said one user while another called for members to "MEME" their concerns all the way to the president's desk.
Trump even took slack from an extreme alt-right member for delivering a Holocaust remembrance speech.
"Did Trump crib his speech from a History Channel DVD? Sounds like it. Every '90s Holocaust cliché was sounded," tweeted alt-right leader and white nationalist Richard Spencer criticizing the president's address at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's annual Days of Remembrance ceremony.
But for all the outrage online, according to recent polling, the president's voting base remains intact. A recent Washington Post/ABC poll found that 96 percent of Trump voters say stand by voting for the billionaire businessman.