A video of a young boy talking about his experience getting bullied went viral on social media [VIDEO], as millions of people watched and responded. Big names in sports, politics, and entertainment have given their thoughts, but Kellyanne Conway didn't get the best response after voicing her opinion.

Conway on Keaton

Over the weekend, a video circulated of 11-year-old Keaton Jones who attends Horace Maynard Middle School in Maynardville, Tennessee. The near two minute video shows Jones detailing the Bullying he's been receiving while attending school, with the young boy saying that the kids pick on him for his looks and not having any friends.

Since the video's release, it's received tens of millions of views, as some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment have spoken out to offer their support. Two names that have been silent on the issue have been President Donald Trump and Melania Trump, which surprised many due to the first lady's push to help end bullying among young Americans. Despite this, Kellyanne Conway sent out her thoughts [VIDEO]on the video during a December 11 tweet.

Taking to her personal Twitter feed on Monday morning, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway decided to offer her support for Keaton Jones.

"Keaton Jones is a face and a voice for many," Conway wrote.

"We need to lift each other up, and lead by example for children, who learn what they live," Kellyanne Conway tweeted out. "If your heart breaks watching and hearing this boy's pain, think twice before causing or adding to another's," she added, before stating, "Thank you, Keaton & Mom"

Instant reaction

In response to Kellyanne Conway's tweet, critics of the administration were quick to point out the irony and alleged hypocrisy. "You do realize you work for @realDonaldTrump, right?" one tweet read.

"Yet you work for a classic bully," an additional tweet added.

"Clean your own house first! Starts from the top. Tell your boss to lead by example! Make America Kind Again!" another Twitter user stated.

"But what if the kid who beat up this kid is just tellin' the truth, too, like Trump? No need for politeness and respectful language anymore, huh? Amirite?" another tweet read with sarcasm. "If you really believed that you wouldn’t work for Trump," a follow-up tweet noted. The negative response to Kellyanne Conway continued as those who oppose the administration made sure to highlight the ironic nature of her tweet.