In honor of Mother's Day, President Donald Trump decided to send a tweet directed at his wife Melania Trump. Within minutes, social media users were quick to give their thoughts and most weren't so kind to the First Family.

Mother's Day tweet

During the early stages of the 2016 presidential election, questions were raised about Donald Trump and his controversial history with women. It's been well-documented that the former host of "The Apprentice" has not had the best reputation when it comes to the opposite sex, which includes questionable actions during his previous marriage, as well as his behavior on the set of his reality show.

While taking part in the first Republican primary debate, moderator and then Fox News host Megyn Kelly addressed these issues, citing Trump's previous remarks about females, specifically referring to them as "dogs" and "pigs." The biggest blow to the billionaire real estate mogul came with just a month remaining in the election when the now infamous Access Hollywood tapes were released exposing Trump's private sexual thoughts about a married women. Despite this, Trump was able to weather the storm and defeat Hillary Clinton to become the President of the United States. Fast forward to president day and Trump is the commander in chief, and decided to send out a Mother's Day message on Twitter to his wife on May 14.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning, Donald Trump tweeted a Mother's Day message to First Lady Melania Trump and to all mother's around the country.

"Wishing @FLOTUS Melania Trump and all of the great mothers out there a wonderful day ahead with family and friends!" Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Happy Mother's Day."

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's Mother's Day tweet, Twitter quickly went viral as may social media users weren't impressed with the president.

"Even the ones you move on like a b*tch?" author Mike Denison tweeted, before adding, "The ones you can just start kissing?"

"Are you also wishing your exes and the women you tried to sexually harass a Happy Mothers Day?" Tony Posnanski sarcastically wondered, while also asking, "How are you and the GOP celebrating?

By making pregnancy a pre existing condition?" "Knowing that a staff member had to write this is sad on a profound level," comedy writer Jon Bershad.

"Y isn't Trump spending Mother's Day with Melania Trump is very selfish," another tweet read. "I think Melania Trump thinks of/writes approximately 0% of her tweets," a follow-up message read. As the tweets kept coming in, it was clear that some Americans were not going to hold back their criticism of the First Family, even on Mother's Day.