Unlike her husband, First Lady Melania Trump typically keeps a low profile, especially when it comes to her use of social media. With Christmas approaching, Melania sent out what seemed to be an innocent message on Twitter, but it didn't go over well [VIDEO]with critics of the current administration.

Melania on Christmas

For the last two and a half years, Donald Trump has dominated the political headlines [VIDEO] due to his controversial style and reckless rhetoric. Supporters of the former host of "The Apprentice," which polls show is down to just 35 percent of the country," have defended him at every turn, while the majority of the American people have pushed back at his presidency.

With the holidays taking place, Trump has made sure to brag that he has "allowed" others to use the term "Merry Christmas" again, though it never went away in the first place and was routinely used by former presidents. As Trump continues to catch heat for his policies, most notably his controversial tax bill, and his defensive and aggressive use of social media, Melania Trump has taken a more subtle approach, which was seen during a December 24 post on Twitter.

In a tweet on Saturday afternoon, Melania Trump sent out a message expressing her excitement to help children track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. "Looking forward to helping kids track Santa today with @NoradSanta!" Melania tweeted out, before adding, "Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas Eve!"

Christmas reaction

After Melania Trump posted her Christmas Eve tweet about Santa Claus, critics of the Trump family and administration made sure to remind the first lady of their opposition.

"The poor won't have a visit from #SantaClaus," one tweet said.

"They are destroying America big time. The people that have lost medical care because of trump and his greedy hangers on won't b having a Merry Christmas," another tweet read.

"Day #337 of the hostage situation. First Sk*nk (former Slovenian soft p*rn model) continues to revel in the hostage funded holiday festivities," a Twitter user wrote.

"Look forward to help the 9 millions children that need CHIP, to have a good quality of life. Explain to them how @realDonaldTrump @POTUS GRINCH, stole the funding to pass the #GOPTaxScamBill and leave them without Health insurance," an additional tweet note. The negative reaction continued as the rift between the political left and right showed no signs of slowing down even during the holidays.