Ever since Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States, his son Barron Trump has been dealing with a lot of criticism from the public. Terrible things have been said about this young boy, and now Chelsea Clinton is speaking out and defending him. Donald may have been up against her mom to win, but that isn't stopping Chelsea from revealing her thoughts.

What did Chelsea Clinton have to say?

Us Magazine shared that Chelsea went to her Twitter page to share her thoughts, but at the same time, she wants everyone to stand up to Donald Trump.

She said, "Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does-to be a kid. Standing up for every kid also means opposing @POTUS policies that hurt kids."

There have been a lot of negative jokes on the Internet about Barron Trump. It all started when his dad was elected, but it has gotten a lot worse since he was sworn into office. There were even celebrities that were speaking out and saying bad things about the young boy. "Modern Family" actress Julie Bowen was one celebrity who made a post that really upset fans.

At this time, this is all that Chelsea Clinton has said about Barron Trump, but you never know if she will speak out again. She is one of the few people who understands what it is like to be in his position.

She was young when her dad was in office as President of the United States. Some people criticized her for sharing her thoughts, but others think it was nice that she is defending the young boy.

At one time, Chelsea was actually friends with Ivanka Trump, but it looks like these two are no longer friends. They may be able to learn to get along still regardless of what has happened with their parents.

Are you shocked to see that Chelsea Clinton is standing up for Barron Trump? Do you feel like this is the right thing for her to do? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts. Hopefully, Barron Trump hasn't been reading all of the negative things being said about him and has somehow been able to be sheltered from the media's comments.