• Melania Trump criticized for marrying Donald Trump.
  • Melania Trump should have defended Greta Thunberg.
  • Melania Trump's son Barron dragged in Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg's Twitter spat. 

Melania Trump was recently criticized for marrying President Donald Trump.

On Twitter, some netizens reacted negatively after reading the FLOTUS’ post about celebrating Hanukkah. Other than getting the date of the occasion wrong, some individuals also trolled her for some of her decisions.

“You’ve said nothing for months and months but now we hear from you daily. I hope it’s all worth it in the end. We know you married Trump for the money. How much are you getting for being FLOTUS?” Twitter user @ParkParadise1 wrote.

“Corrupt, unfit, Nazi, traitor,” Twitter user @buster_cupcake wrote.

The FLOTUS was also dubbed as a hypocrite after she got upset when someone mentioned her son Barron Trump’s name but refused to defend Greta Thunberg from her husband.

“Hypocrite of the Year: Melania Trump. For losing her mind when someone mentioned her son’s name in passing, yet staying silent as her deplorable husband ruthlessly attacks Greta, another teenager, on Twitter,” Twitter user @AnaZamo2016 wrote.

One Twitter user said that if Thunberg could be bullied by the POTUS then their 13-year-old son Barron should also be bullied.

“Hypothetically Melania @FLOTUS trump bullying Great @GretaThunberg on Climate Global Warming. #BaronTrump should be bullied too? #TrumpMeltdown #ImpeachTrump,” Twitter user @ArtRayx said.

“Is Barron fair game now that Donald is picking on a child on Twitter? #BeBestIsBS,” Twitter user @RitaLop1963 wrote.

“Hi, Mrs. Trump – I was wondering if you had checked out any anger management programs for Mr. Trump. Because you know, #BeBest and all that,” Twitter user @Jennifer25483821 wrote.

Meanwhile, some supporters of the FLOTUS praised her for making some of the children’s dreams come true this Christmas season.

“Thank you, White House for sharing that. It was awesome to watch. And the boy talking about having his lunch and being told the president wants to see you. Awesome,” Twitter user @NoDealBlocked wrote.

“Mrs. Trump, you, the president, and your family are one of the best first families the United States has ever had. Thank you for everything you all have done!” Twitter user @BainbridgePhoto said.

Melania Trump during the 2017 Invictus Games
First Lady Melania Trump holds a T-shirt in support of the Team U.S. competitors surrounding her before the opening ceremony for the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Sept. 23, 2017. Photo by EJ Hersom/U.S. Department of Defense Photo by EJ Hersom/U.S. Department of Defense