As the controversy continues to surround the Donald Trump administration, First Daughter Ivanka Trump decided to send out her support for LGBT Pride month on Twitter. Within minutes after she sent out her tweet, social media users were quick to fire back.

Ivanka on Gay Pride

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his presidential campaign, it became clear that many minority groups would not offer their support. One group that was clear in their opposition were many in the LGBTQ community who pushed back against Trump's policies, which only increased after the addition of right-wing Christian Mike Pence as his vice president.

Though Trump has claimed to be the "president for all Americans," his policies have not reflected positively on LGBTQ Americans, which has helped drop his approval rating down to below 40 percent in the most recent round of polling. Though the former host of "The Apprentice" has received heavy backlash due to his policies and rhetoric, Ivanka Trump often takes a different approach, which has increased since being hired as an assistant in the White House. Ivanka decided to lend her support for the LGBT community during a pair of June 1 Twitter posts, but it didn't go over well with many critics.

Taking to her Twitter account on Thursday night, Ivanka Trump decided to acknowledge Lgbt Pride Month.

"Logging back on after Shavuot, wishing everyone a joyful #Pride2017. This month we celebrate and honor the #LGBTQ community," Ivanka tweeted out. In a follow-up message, she added, "I am proud to support my LGBTQ friends and the LGBTQ Americans who have made immense contributions to our society and economy."

Twitter reacts

It didn't take long after Ivanka Trump tweeted her support for LGBT Pride that she was instantly hit with criticism across social media.

"I'd thank you for your tweet but I'm kind of busy getting deprogrammed in conversion therapy," Tracy E. Gilchrist tweeted out.

"Thanks for all the work you've done for the planet.

Just kidding! You are a monster like your mobster dad and brothers," Molly Jong-Fast tweeted, which followed by a reply adding, "I hate how she brings Shavuot into it. Jews have suffered enough - we don't need her bs now." "Who is this 'we' you talk about? Because your father isn't celebrating us - that's for damn sure!!" Perez Hilton wrote on his Twitter account.

"I mean, honestly.

You campaigned for, and now work for, one of the most anti-gay administrations in recent memory," another Twitter user wrote. The negative reaction continued, with those on the political left showing that they are not going to hold back their criticism of the Trump family anytime soon.