Melania Trump was called a “racist birther” after reacting to Pamela Karlan’s statement that mentioned her son Barron’s name.

Many believe that the first lady overreacted to Karlan’s statement when the professor mentioned Barron’s name. According to them, Karlan did not attack Donald and Melania’s son, it was just a play of words. Others reminded the FLOTUS that nobody went after her son. However, many also went further and attacked her by calling Melania “racist” and a “birther.”

“Melania trump wasn’t thinking about Sasha and Malia Obama privacy when she was on networks spreading a racist birther lie,” one user wrote on Twitter.

The same netizen added that Melania never thought of Barack and Michelle Obama’s children Sasha and Malia when she spread hateful lies about the former president of the United State and put the former first family in danger. Melania never apologized for what she did, the user added.

“You’re a birther, and your husband locks kids in cages after stealing them from their parents. It was a play on words, giving an example, and was not an attack on your son. I really don't care. Do you?” Jeffrey Garcia commented.

“Professor Karlan already apologized for mentioning Barron Trump, but you have NEVER apologized for being a birther and for being silent while your husband has betrayed our country, our constitution, and our values. You’re the one who should be ashamed of yourself @FLOTUS. #BeBest,” Ryan Knight added.

Despite the backlash Melania received from her critics, her supporters remain solid in backing her up. One netizen commented on Melania’s post on Twitter saying, “The American people stand with you, @FLOTUS.”

Journalist Andrew Cohen revealed earlier that Melania is the “greatest casualty” of Donald Trump’s presidency. According to the “Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy” author, Melania could leave Donald just like his staff, but the situation is more complicated for her because she is married to Donald.

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The White House confirmed that First Lady Melania Trump was expected to attend an event honoring the Gold Star families on Monday. In this photo, Melania Trump arrives at the East Room of the White House prior to a joint news conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 15, 2017. Getty Images/ Alex Wong