Melania Trump is getting as much attention for her reaction to the president's tweet targeting "Morning Joe's" Mika Brezinksi as he is for the vicious attack. Last year, she declared wanting to combat online cyber-bullying as a campaign she'd spearhead in her role as the First Lady. Six months into the Donald Trump's presidency, she hasn't taken the initiative to move forward in that effort, possibly due to the backlash she's received by virtue her husband is the biggest bully of them all on Twitter. If she can't fix the problem at home, what makes her influential in fighting cyber-bullying?

Six months into the Donald Trump's presidency, she hasn't taken the initiative to move forward in that effort, possibly due to the backlash she's received by virtue her husband is the biggest bully of them all on Twitter.

If she can't fix the problem at home, what makes her influential in fighting cyber-bullying?

Cher feels 'bad' for First Lady

Hollywood icon, Cher, didn't attack Melania Trump for not standing up for Mika. Instead, she expressed how sorry she feels for the president's wife. The legendary star doesn't believe Donald Trump's wife is happy and is trapped in an unhappy marriage. "Not 2 [be] Mean but Melania Trump Always Looks SAD/Angry, Like She lost a Best Friend," Cher tweeted. She went on to write that she and the president "NEVER Smile or Exchange Little Looks On TV," and added that she feels "bad."

Singer zings president's fathering skills

In a follow-up tweet, Cher, zinged the president's fathering skills with his youngest son, Barron.

She wrote that she hopes Melania and Barron Trump will move back to New York City soon and that the First Lady appears to be a "good mother." She took a jab at Trump by adding, "I've never seen Him Hug, Give Nuggies, or Play with his Son."

It's unclear what kind of bond Trump has with his 11-year-old son, but Melania has said in interviews that when they spend time together, they're very close and make the most of out of it. Prior to Trump becoming president, he was a busy businessman traveling the bulk of the time. Several photos have captured the father and son out golfing together or riding in a Rolls Royce. Melania raves that Barron is like a "little Donald" and enjoys wearing suits like his father. At the very least, Barron looks up to his father. It's not exactly a newsflash that the two aren't spending a lot of time together as father and son now since Trump is running the nation and is embroiled in scandal after scandal.

First lady taking heat for defending president's tweet

Melania Trump is taking as much heat as her husband for defending his Thursday tweet about Brezinksi's looks, tweeting that the "Morning Joe" co-host was "bleeding badly from a facelift." Her spokesperson came out to say that when someone attacks the president, he hits back "10 time harder."