Monica Lewinsky arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California Feb. 28, 2016. Reuters

Monica Lewinsky came to the defense of the youngest member of the new first family Monday afternoon after she said he was the victim of “bullying.” Barron Trump, President Donald Trump’s 10-year old son, was mocked on social media for his behavior and physical appearance during his father’s inauguration Friday.

“all children need to be protected from bullying + mockery. (incl #barrontrump). let's be better than this,” Lewinsky tweeted, which has since been retweeted more than 100 times.

Lewinsky’s defense came after former first daughter Chelsea Clinton took to social media to also defend Barron, who has faced scrutiny online. Like Lewinsky, Clinton also urged the public to remember that Barron is only a child.

"Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does — to be a kid," Clinton tweeted. "Standing up for every kid also means opposing @POTUS policies that hurt kids," she followed with a political jab.

In a show of family solidarity, Barron’s sister, Ivanka Trump, tweeted a video Monday of her younger brother interacting with her own 10-month-old son, Theodore James Kushner.

“My youngest brother proves he's a baby whisperer—while my father signs his first executive orders,” she tweeted.

While some public figures were coming to Barron’s defense, others, such as “Saturday Night Live” writer Katie Rich, took part in the mocking after Friday’s inauguration.

Rich was immediately suspended from the show after tweeting, "Barron will be this country’s first homeschool shooter," wrote Rich, according to The New York Times. Rich, who has written for “SNL” since 2013, has since deleted the tweet, but not after she faced severe backlash from social media users. Days later, she returned to Twitter with an apology.

“I sincerely apologize for the insensitive tweet. I deeply regret my actions & offensive words. It was inexcusable & I'm so sorry,” Rich tweeted Monday.

Lewinsky, 43, now an activist against cyber bullying, said she was also a past victim of bullying after it was revealed she and former President Bill Clinton had a sexual relationship when she was a young White House intern beginning in 1995.

Clinton initially denied the allegations when appointed independent prosecutor Kenneth Starr questioned him in a deposition. “I did not have sexual relations with that woman,” Clinton defiantly said at the time.

The former president eventually admitted to his extra marital relationship. "Indeed, I did have a relationship with Ms. Lewinsky that was not appropriate," he said in 1998. "In fact, it was wrong."