Melania Trump is known for her stunning fashion choices and campaigns that focus on some major issues most children face today, including bullying and drug abuse. Recently, the First Lady of the United States and her husband, President Donald Trump, expressed support to those living with HIV/AIDS and mourn the lives lost due to this major global public issue.

On Sunday, Melania shared two snaps that featured a red ribbon – used as the symbol for the solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS – hanging in the White House. “Today we stand with everyone living with HIV & AIDS, and honor those we have lost.  #WorldAIDSDay @WhiteHouse,” she wrote in the caption.

The post received praises from Melania Trump’s avid followers. “Love this!! My very dear uncle was stricken with aids in the early 80’s and suffered beyond measure. He passed away several years ago. My heart goes out to all affected with the deadly and cruel illness. #WorldAIDSDay2019 #WorldAIDSDay,” one netizen said. “Thank you! I have lived with HIV/AIDS 25 years. I know with certainty this Admin., cares about people like me. Additionally, lead efforts to combat this mission globally is a top priority,” Scott Ford wrote.

“We love the First Lady. She is an angel that walks among us.  Blessing to her and all the Trump family.  Thank you for all you do,” Jade Alex stated. “The red ribbon and your sensitivity to this issue is as beautiful as you are, Flotus,” Ann Olah said.

Melania Trump’s critics took the opportunity to condemn the FLOTUS and President Donald Trump. “You bring *no* "honor" to our house. None,” a netizen wrote. “Phony!!!” Joe Walt stated. “Very festive. So are you having an HIV party? #idiots,” Susan Kohi wrote.

Melania Trump has yet to comment on these harsh remarks. However, she, previously, defended the students who booed her during a youth summit in Baltimore, Maryland. The FLOTUS was met with a mix of loud boos and cheers before she spoke in front of the students.

At the time, she advised students to reach out for support and seek help if they struggle with drug addiction. Melania Trump said it is never too late to ask for help from people they trust.

MelaniaTrump Melania Trump defended her husband Donald Trump in an interview Wednesday. Above, she speaks at her husband's 2016 South Carolina presidential primary night victory rally in Spartanburg, South Carolina Feb. 20, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst