First Lady Melania Trump took to Twitter to thank former first daughter, Chelsea Clinton after the later stood up for her son, Barron. Barron who is President Trump's youngest and only child with wife Melania was earlier bashed by a news site - Daily caller, for dressing too casually to his father's recent Arizona rally [VIDEO]. 11-year-old Barron was made the topic of an article titled "It's high time Barron starts dressing like he's in the white house". Barron dressed casually in a red t-shirt, khaki shorts, and suede loafers. According to the writer, "Barron looked like he was hopping on Air Force One for a trip to the movie theater", but he praised President Trump & First Lady Melania's dressing, writing they "traveled in their Sunday best".

The backlash on social media

The article has drawn a lot of criticism and backlash on social media, as most of the comments seem to be in solidarity with Barron Trump. There are also those who agree completely with the article. Chelsea who had her own share of criticism while growing up in the white house made it known in very clear tweets that she wasn't okay with the way the media house picked on Barron's casual dressing. According to the writer, Barron was supposed to ditch the t-shirt for a more corporate look.

Chelsea tweeted:

Chelsea also responded to another tweet in which the young Trump was also criticized.

She wrote:

In response to Chelsea's show of support, first lady Melania Trump tweeted back at Chelsea, thanking her for coming to Barron's defense:

Chelsea has stood up for Barron in the time past, this will not be her first time. Earlier in the year, Barron Trump was taunted on the internet by trolls after his father's inauguration. Chelsea took to twitter back then to show her support to him. She wrote:

"Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does-to be a kid".

FLOTUS plans to tackle cyber-bullying

First lady Melania Trump had earlier announced that one of her main focuses as the first lady will be to tackle cyber bullying.

She made this known during her husband's 2016 presidential campaign. Melania Trump said:

"Our culture has gotten too mean and rough, especially to children and teenagers. We have to find better ways to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. We must find better ways to honor and respect the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. It will be one of the main focuses of my work if I'm privileged enough to become your first lady."