President Donald Trump is at it again on Twitter. 

Trump claimed U.K.'s 13 percent rise in recorded crime was due to "Islamic terror" on Friday. 

"Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep America safe!" the president tweeted.

The "report" that Trump seemed to reference came from the U.K. Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday. According to the Guardian, the crime statistic recorded by the ONS said there was a "13 percent increase in all police-recorded offenses across England and Wales."

Though there was a recorded increase, there was no mention of terrorism despite Trump's claims. Within ONS findings, it was actually praising the 2017 numbers due to its 2 percent drop from the previous year. 

"The 13 percent increase in police recorded crime from the previous year reflects a range of factors including continuing improvements to crime recording and genuine increases in some crime categories, especially in those that are well-recorded," the report read. 

Twitter users were quick to comment on Trump's citational error, and honed in on the second part of his tweet that read: "We must keep America safe!" The tweet comes nearly three weeks after Stephen Paddock's attack on Las Vegas, where 58 people were killed and more than 500 were injured. 

Dutch journalist Peter Thal Larsen tweeted in response to Trump Friday saying more people were killed in the Las Vegas attack than in U.K. terror attacks in the past decade. 

"Reminder: More people died in the Las Vegas shooting than in U.K. terror attacks this decade," Larsen tweeted. 

Trump's Twitter account featured other errors and insensitivities in the past. In tweets regarding issues such as the Puerto Rico relief crisis, Trump was quickly considered "tone-deaf" and "idiotic" by international singer Marc Anthony.