Melania Trump recently received a slew of different reactions after she shared a video from her visit to the Children’s National Hospital.

On Instagram, the FLOTUS uploaded a video that showcases her interactions with the youth. She walks into hospital rooms, holds the children’s hands and tries to make them laugh.

Instagram user @bartlettpeachstate couldn’t help but wonder why the first lady hasn’t graced the covers of magazines like Michelle Obama after watching the clip.

“I wonder why the big-name shows and magazines haven’t bent over backward to book her or her face on their magazine? Cause she’s not black or someone! Yesss!” she wrote.

A nurse who saw the FLOTUS’ touching video thanked her for all of her efforts.

“Thank you, Melania, for being you! As a nurse, that means a lot! Keep up the good work!” Instagram user @emamomgrndma wrote.

President Donald Trump’s wife also shared the same video on Twitter and her supporters called her an angel.

“Melania is an angel,” Twitter user @MELANIAJTRUMP wrote.

“Yea, First Lady angel. Don’t listen to the haters,” Twitter user @amebixxx wrote.

But Twitter user @Waikoloa_Gal said that she doesn’t think is an angel, but she is not discounting the possibility that she’s a good person.

“She sold her soul to the devil for some golden Donald Dollars. I suspect there are days she regrets that however,” she wrote.

The comment did not sit well with Melania’s supporters. One of them called the Twitter user a hater. Others said that the first lady didn’t need her husband’s money because she was doing just fine without him.

“I don’t think she regrets it one bit! A lot of very jealous souls in Twitter land,” Twitter user @AudreyW72226986 wrote.

Meanwhile, the first lady was also criticized following the death of a 16-year-old boy at the border. The FLOTUS was mocked for visiting the sick kids at the hospital but not giving the teenage boy a chance to live.

First Lady Melania Trump at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Pavilion Building
First Lady Melania Trump attends the Health and Human Services National Convening on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome conference and awards ceremony Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Bluemle Life Science Building in Philadelphia. Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks