Over the last year, one of the biggest struggles for the White House has been to win over support from women in the country. In one his most recent tweets, Donald Trump Jr. promoted an op-ed article that declared his father's first year in office as the "Year of the woman."

Trump Jr. on women

Even before Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president he had a reputation as a womanizer and sexist. These terms stuck with the former host of "The Apprentice" throughout his campaign, which reached a peak after the release of the now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape where Trump was caught on an audio recording bragging about using his celebrity to touch women.

In the weeks that followed, a dozen women came forward to accuse Trump of various forms of sexual assault and harassment. As expected, Trump denied the allegations and has continued to do so through his entire duration as commander in chief. After one year in office, Trump's approval numbers have reached record lows, including with female voters. Despite this, Donald Jr. has decided to promote the idea that his father's time in office has helped launch the "year of the woman."

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump Jr. posted an op-ed article from The Hill that detailed the number of women that the president has hired to senior level positions in his administration, including Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, and Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

"Trump's first year in office was the year of the woman," Don Jr. proudly tweeted out. Despite this, the president's son didn't get the best response on social media.

Twitter reacts

The response to Donald Trump Jr's post wasn't as positive as the administration would have liked. "Did you really just say that with a straight face?" one tweet asked.

"One woman on his cabinet, one to the UN and after two men, a woman as press secretary, who makes us all miss Spicer.

Your sister doesn't count. Oh, I almost forgot. The woman hired to lie on TV news coverage," a Twitter user posted. "Only in YOUR #alternativefacts universe... Bless your heart. LOL #pathetic," a follow-up tweet stated.

"How many and what color are they? Do any come from internationally recognized sh*tholes?" a tweet noted. "Are you referring to the women he sexually assaulted or other women?" yet another tweet wondered. The backlash poured in as Donald Trump, his family and administration continued to clash with the opposition.