Tomi Lahren
In this photo, Tomi Lahren at 'Chelsea Handler in Conversation with Tomi Lahren' panel during Politicon at Pasadena Convention Center on July 29, 2017, in Pasadena, California. Getty Images / Joshua Blanchard

Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren issued an apology on Twitter on Wednesday for mocking Joe Kennedy III, a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts over his comments on President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night.

In a series of tweets, Lahren apologized for the comments she made on her Instagram account and called them “inappropriate.”

Lahren’s apology came a day after she attacked Kennedy III for his response on the president's State of the Union address.

During Kennedy’s speech, Lahren posted two stories on Instagram in which she called him a “nasty little ginger” and “that little limp dick.”

Lahren also made comments on how Kennedy resembled the transgender activist and athlete Caitlyn Jenner. "Is it just me or does Joe Kennedy III look a helluva lot like pre-Caitlyn Bruce Jenner?" she wrote on Twitter.

She continued with her comparisons Wednesday by posting a photo of the two side-by-side. "I'm not wrong," she wrote in a post on Instagram, which was later deleted.

This was not the first time Lahren was in the news for making inappropriate comments. Back in January, she had attacked left-leaning media figures in a segment on Fox News and had accused liberals of wanting POTUS “ to die.”

“They want him to fail and they want him to be ill and they want him to die. Let’s be honest, that’s exactly what they want,” Lahren said. “They’re so frustrated that he is winning for the American people,” The Hill reported.

Rep. Kennedy III was chosen by the Democratic Party to deliver the rebuttal to Trump’s State of the Union address.

Joe Kennedy
Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) takes the stage to deliver the Democratic rebuttal to U.S. President Donald Trump's State of the Union address in Fall River, Massachusetts, Jan. 30, 2018. Reuters/Brian Snyder

Below is the excerpt from his speech:

“…..You swarmed Washington last year to ensure no parent has to worry if they can afford to save their child’s life.

You proudly marched together last weekend — thousands deep — in the streets of Las Vegas and Philadelphia and Nashville.

You sat high atop your mom’s shoulders and held a sign that read: “Build a wall and my generation will tear it down.”

You bravely say, me too. You steadfastly say, black lives matter.

You wade through flood waters, battle hurricanes, and brave wildfires and mudslides to save a stranger.

You fight your own, quiet battles every single day.

You drag your weary bodies to that extra shift so your families won’t feel the sting of scarcity.

You leave loved ones at home to defend our country overseas or patrol our neighborhoods overnight.

You serve. You rescue. You help. You heal.

That — more than any law or leader, any debate or disagreement — that is what drives us toward progress.

Bullies may land a punch. They might leave a mark. But they have never, not once, in the history of our United States, managed to match the strength and spirit of a people united in defense of their future.

Politicians can be cheered for the promises they make. Our country will be judged by the promises we keep.

THAT is the measure of our character. That’s who we are.

Out of many. One.

Ladies and gentlemen have faith: The state of our union is hopeful, resilient, enduring.

Thank you, God Bless you and your families, and God Bless the United States of America.”