It's been less than one month since four American soldiers were killed during an Islamic terrorist ambush in Niger, Africa, and the White House is still scrambling to come to a consensus on what took place. After Donald Trump's now infamous remarks to the widow of one of the solider's was made public, Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on clean up duty.

Sanders on Niger

Earlier this month in Niger, Africa, American Green Berets were on the ground in an attempt to train local forces and extract information from civilians about a regional Islamic terrorist group.

Unfortunately, four Americans were killed after the terrorists lured them into a sneak attack. One of the soldiers was Army Sgt. La David Johnson, whose body was flown into Miami International Airport last week. When the casket arrived, it was met by Johnson's pregnant widow Myeshaia Johnson and their two young children. In addition, Mrs. Johnson received a phone call from Donald Trump, but was reportedly insulted when the president told her that her husband "knew what he was signing up for." The information was made pubic after Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson, who was present during the call, confirmed the remarks that left Mrs. Johnson in tears. The White House has denied the allegations, insisting that Wilson is a liar, with Trump calling her "wacky" on Twitter.

In addition to the drama with the war widow, Monday marked the 34 year anniversary of the Beirut barrack bombings, which critics of the president have used to compare to what took place in Niger. As reported by Mediaite on October 24, Sarah Huckabee Sanders gave her thoughts on Fox News.

While joining the hosts on "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday morning, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was questioned about the comparisons some have made to the ambush in Niger and the barrack bombings back in 1983 in Beirut, Lebanon.

"These are not comparable events," Sanders said, before adding, "I know that the Democrats want to make this a big, negative attack piece against this president."

Not stopping there, Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on to take another shot at the Democratic Party. "To try to compare the two is simply just a cheap attempt by the Democrats to taint this president," she concluded.

Twitter reacts

Not long after Sarah Huckabee Sanders gave her interview, critics of the administration wasted no time firing back. "I normally wouldn't attack someone's looks but she's evil so I'll say it: (SHS) is so fu**ing ugly," one tweet read.

"Sarah Huckabee Sanders wearing false eye lashes on TV. Poor thing," another tweet added.

"If I knew (SHS) in high school, I probably would've kicked her a** & been kicked off the cheerleading squad. And felt good," Terry McMillian noted on Twitter.

"Did Kelly and Sarah Huckabee Sanders think that Rep. Wilson was just some poor little black lady they could insult?

What were they thinking?" Anne Rice went on to note. "If I ever went over to (SHS) house, I'd imagine she'd open the door and reveal that she's living with 10,000 basset hounds," Katie O'Brien tweeted. The negative reaction continued as the opposition to Donald Trump and his administration showed no signs of slowing down.