Melania Trump is known for being supportive of campaigns that focus on uplifting the well-being of children while teaching them the significance of physical, emotional and mental health. In fact, the First Lady of the United States has been attending numerous events that involve kids, just like the recent Toys for Tots program and a visit at Children’s National Hospital earlier this week.

On Thursday, netizens called out Melania after President Donald Trump mocked Greta Thunberg on social media. “So ridiculous,” the POTUS wrote on Twitter just hours after Time Magazine named the 16-year-old climate activist as “Person of the Year.” “Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!” Donald went on.

As per usual, the President’s post was met with mixed reactions from his supporters and critics alike. “She should be in school, on the other side of the ocean. How DARE they!” Breitbart News reporter Alana Mastrangelo responded to Donald Trump’s tweet. “If she is really concerned why isn't she in India and China where the worst pollution occurs?” Michel Taricani wrote.

Other started using Melania Trump’s #BeBest campaign to remind the FLOTUS of her outrage after Stanford Law School professor Pamela Karlan mentioned the name of her son, Barron, during an impeachment inquiry. Some netizens even advised Melania to talk to her husband, who just attacked a minor on Twitter.

“Hey @FLOTUS...since you’re so outraged when children are used and about a public rebuke of your sociopath husband for bullying a 16 year old girl with Asperger’s? Oh right, I forgot, “I really don’t care, do you?” #BeBest #Melania #Trump #GretaThunberg,” writer/blogger Andy Ostroy said. “Dear @FLOTUS, the next time you want to call out others for the way they speak to children, including your son, please remember this tweet from your husband. You may want to speak to your husband NOW to let him know this was not OK!!! You may want to tell him to Be Best!!!” Fred Guttenberg wrote.

“Nothing like going after a young girl with Asperger Syndrome to drive home the point that you are fit for office. #BeBest my ass. For the last 4 years, I've been saying impeachment cannot come fast enough, and now it's finally here. #thursdaythoughts,” Holly Figueroa O’Reilly stated. “She's 17 and doing what she can to save the planet--which is more than you can say, you absolute ghoul,” journalist Walker Bragman commented on President Donald Trump’s post. “I'm starting to think Melanie's #BeBest campaign isn't working very well,” a sixth netizen said.

Just a few minutes after the POTUS posted the controversial tweet, Greta Thunberg changed her Twitter bio, which is said to be her response to the mockery. “A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend,” she wrote.

Melania Trump has yet to respond to the harsh remarks aimed at her public awareness campaign. For starters, Be Best advocates against drug use and cyberbullying. The FLOTUS, who launched the campaign on May 7, 2018, created the initiative as a way to address the opioid crisis and online harassment.

FLOTUS Melania Trump visits military children
First Lady Melania Trump interacts with Ilana Jordan, an Imagine Andrews student, at the youth center on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Sept. 15, 2017. The facility offers various programs such as before and after school care, social recreation, sports and fitness and instructional programs for more than 800 children. Photo by Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter/U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter/U.S. Air Force