The Wall Street Journal Opinion column is facing backlash after publishing an article about Dr. Jill Biden.

The piece is titled, “Is There a Doctor in the White House? Not if You Need an M.D,” with a subheading that says, “Jill Biden should think about dropping the honorific, which feels fraudulent, even comic.”

This article talks about how Dr. Jill Biden should drop the “Dr.” in front of her name since she received her Ed.D, doctor of education, at the University of Delaware.

The piece starts out with, "Madame First Lady—Mrs. Biden—Jill—kiddo..."

“A wise man once said that no one should call himself ‘Dr.’ unless he has delivered a child. Think about it, Dr. Jill, and forthwith drop the doc,” the article went on to say.

This is not an official Wall Street Journal story and is directly an opinion piece by Joseph Epstein, an essayist and short-story writer who was once an editor for The American Scholar.

Once this story hit the website, Americans took their opinions to Twitter to talk about how they felt about the piece.

Many users were sticking up for Dr. Jill Biden and making negative comments about WSJ’s piece.

Some users that are doctors and received their MD shared that Dr. Jill Biden deserves her title just as much as they do.

Dr. Jill Biden has over 30 years of teaching under her belt, with experience in different departments of education.

In her experience, she's taught English at a community college in Delaware, at the high school level, and has even taught at an adolescent psychiatric hospital, according to the White House website.

Her doctorate degree came in 2007 after she completed her dissertation on “maximizing student retention in community colleges.” She also holds two Master's degrees as well.

She still plans on teaching when she and her husband, President-elect Joe Biden enter the White House.

Jill Biden at DNC
Jill Biden speaks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Reuters