Chelsea Clinton
Chelsea Clinton took to Twitter on Saturday to slam Donald Trump for his comments on Hurricane Harvey. In this photo, Chelsea Clinton speaks onstage at the GMHC 35th Anniversary Spring Gala at Highline Stages in New York City, March 23, 2017. Getty Images/ Dimitrios Kambouris

Chelsea Clinton took to Twitter once again Saturday to blast President Donald Trump for his comments on Hurricane Harvey, saying people had "lost their lives, loved ones, homes, beloved pets."

In his second visit to the flood ravaged Texas, the president talked about the response to the flood while visiting a relief center: “Really, I think people appreciate what has been done. It has been done very efficiently, very well. There is a lot of love, a lot of love. It's been very nice. It's been a wonderful thing. As tough as this was, it's been a wonderful thing."

After talking to the local residents, he told reporters: “It’s something that’s been very well received. Even by you guys, it’s been very well received."

The comments did not sit well with Clinton, who called him out in a tweet for saying the response to the storm was a “wonderful thing.”

Many agreed with Clinton and said Trump’s response to the disaster situation was not appropriate.

However, many supporters of Trump on Twitter reacted to Clinton’s tweet saying she had misinterpreted it and pointed out that the president was not calling the storm wonderful, but the response of various groups to it. “He didn't say the disaster is wonderful. He said the response by everyone helping is a wonderful thing. Is it not,?” one user said.

During his visit to the NRG Center, a convention center in downtown Houston that has been converted into an emergency shelter, Trump also told those being sheltered and the reporters who had gathered there to "have a good time."

Clinton herself tweeted continuously about the hurricane, giving information to people about resources for victims and those who wanted to contribute on Aug.30.

She also re-tweeted a comment criticizing Trump bragging about the size of his crowd during his first visit to Houston.

Clinton is known to frequently criticize Trump’s comments on Twitter, and recently bashed the president for re-tweeting a morphed image of a man with the CNN logo plastered on the face, getting hit by a train. “This, Mr. President, is also vile & wrong,” she said. According to reports, a White House official said the image was "inadvertently posted" by Trump.

Clinton also pointed out that she had also said the same about comedian Kathy Griffin's controversial photograph in which she was seen holding President Trump’s bloody head in the air as part of an edgy photo shoot.

However, a few days earlier, Clinton took a break from slamming Trump and tweeted in defense of his son Baron Trump after he was criticized for his casual dressing style in a media report which said the 11-year-old looked like he was coming back from a “trip to the movie theater.”

She is known to have defended Trump’s son in the past as well. When he was criticized for appearing bored during his father's inauguration speech, she condemned news networks for calling Baron abnormal or autistic. “Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does — to be a kid,” she tweeted.

However, she took a dig at the president, ending the tweet with: “Standing up for every kid also means opposing @POTUS policies that hurt kids.”