Geraldo Rivera had an “idea” on how to honor President Trump for the work he has done during the coronavirus pandemic, but Twitter doesn’t seem to agree with the Fox News anchor.

Rivera suggested on “Fox & Friends” on Friday that the COVID-19 vaccine, when approved, should be called the “Trump” to honor the president being the “prime architect” of the Operation Warp Speed vaccine operation, which has been considered a success.

Rivera's comments came as Pfizer and BioNTech announced on Friday that it filed for Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its COVID-19 vaccine after saying it was 95% effective on Wednesday. Moderna also announced that its COVID-19 vaccine had a 94.5% efficacy this week.

The Fox anchor went on to say that the vaccine would take on a common term over time. He said: “It would be a nice gesture to him and years from now it would become kind of a generic name. 'Have you got your Trump yet? I got my Trump. I'm fine.'”

Rivera seemed serious about his Trump vaccine idea, which he said would soften the blow of losing the election to Joe Biden as the president continues his attempts at recounts in numerous parts of the country.

But Twitter users seemed to have other thoughts about what the COVID-19 vaccine is and should be called. On Friday, the phrase "Trump vaccine" trended nationwide on the platform as a result.

One Twitter user said, “I thought electing Biden was the Trump Vaccine.”

Another Twitter user said, the “Trump Vaccine, also known as the 2020 Election.”

“Naming it the Trump Vaccine is not a good way to get people to take it,” argued one user.

Another person said they were onboard with Rivera's name suggestion if it meant more Americans would get the vaccine.

Geraldo Rivera Geraldo Rivera appears on the "Fox & Friends" All American Concert Series at Fox's studios in New York City on Aug. 24, 2012. Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images