Melania Trump is, clearly, not a fan of impeachment witness Prof. Pamela S. Karlan, especially after the latter dragged the name of her son, Barron, during the inquiry hearing on Wednesday. The First Lady of the United States lambasted the Stanford Law professor for using President Donald Trump’s youngest kid in her statement comparing kings from presidents.

"The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the President can name his son Barron, he can't make him a baron," Pamela said. The legal scholar’s statement caught the attention of the FLOTUS, who took to social media to express her reaction.

“A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics,” Melania Trump wrote on Twitter. “Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously biased public pandering, and using a child to do it,” she went on.

Though Melania obviously just wanted to protect her son’s privacy and keep his name out of everyone’s mouth, some netizens criticized her and called the FLOTUS a "disgrace" and “hypocrite” because of President Donald Trump’s family separation policy. There were also a number of social media users who defended Pamela Karlan and said it was just a harmless joke.

“I once said ‘I feel bad for Melania’. My female friends quickly scolded me, telling me that you did not deserve sympathy. Your tweet confirms that they were right. Your son's name was not used in a negative way, and you know it. Spare us your phony outrage,” a netizen wrote. “She didn't insult him, it was a play on words. Look it up Birther,” another Twitter user stated. “This is what was said. That’s it. Leave it to the shameless Trumps to exploit their son for political points,” a third netizen pointed out.

There were also some who claimed that it was Melania Trump who dragged her son into trouble. “Who typed this? It wasn't Melania, that's for sure. While no one should be dragging Barron into anything, Melania dragged him into this dumpster fire. She also knew what Trump was before she decided to bear his child,” Chrissy B stated. “So many kids deserve better parents than the ones they got,” she went on.

Avid followers of Melania Trump defended her and Barron. “Pamela Karlan has no children of her own. Therefore this mean & nasty woman does not have the compassion or intelligence to comprehend how horribly wrong she was to attack Barron. Nor will she have the common sense to apologize. Her hatred and ignorance consumes her. #BeBest,” a fan commented.

“I am so deeply sorry that our First Lady, her innocent minor son, family and our President has to endure such wickedness. They have no shame, no honor and no scruples. This is totally unforgivable!!! This is nothing but a hate filled sham show,” Lori Hendry added. Melania Trump has yet to comment on these harsh remarks.

Meanwhile, Melania was spotted at the Children's National Hospital in Washington D.C. on Friday. The FLOTUS, reportedly, visited sick children in the said medical institution and read them the "Oliver the Ornament Meets Belle" story. Melania, who was seen wearing a black turtleneck and a turquoise pencil skirt, also visited the the surgical and short-stay units of the hospital.

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US First Lady Melania Trump, pictured attending a roundtbale at Lily's Place in Huntington, West Virginia, on October 10, 2017, is at the center of the latest conspiracy theory to make waves on social media. Getty Images