With Valentine's Day just a week away, millions of Americans will be looking for the perfect gift for their loved ones. For Donald Trump, he'll be looking to pocket some extra money with Trump-inspired holiday gifts promoted by his son.

Don Jr. on Valentine's Day

Ever since the day Donald Trump announced that he was running for president, many wondered how he would be able to balance his plethora of private business with being president. The former host of "The Apprentice" came under fire early on during the campaign when speculation grew about whether or not his foreign business deals would interfere with his potential presidency.

Since then, Trump's ties to Russia have dominated the headlines, as he continues to keep his personal tax returns hidden from the public.

With the president feeling the heat, members of his family are doing their best to promote the Trump brand. In a tweet on Wednesday, Donald Trump Jr. promoted the Valentine's Day gifts from the offical Trump store. "When roses just won't cut it," the younger Trump wrote. Attached to the tweet was a picture of a "Spa Teddy Bear" wearing a white bathrobe with a gold Trump logo on the front. The bear is positioned to straddle a mini Trump airplane that is also available for purchase.

Trump's gift list

Donald Jr. also gave a link to the offical website for the Trump store, which sells a variety of items for Valentine's Day. Included for purchase are a wine glass, spa slippers, a "double trouble" pullover sweater for $150, as well as a ladies Northstar jacket for $98. In addition, the website also sells a tumbler drinking cup for $50, and a Lattice embossed blanket for $50.

Instant backlash

In response to Donald Jr's tweet, critics of the president wasted no time firing back. "And if you pay the bear $130,000 it won't talk about what you did to it," one tweet read.

"Trying to hawk your cheap cr*p before it's too late eh?" one Twitter user wrote.

"I thought the Trump Shuttle went bankrupt in 1992? What's next, should we do Trump Steak for dinner?" a follow-up tweet stated. "Teddy Bear stuffed in China rides one of my dad's failed businesses. Classic!" a social media user wrote.

"For those of you looking to get divorced this Valentine's day," a tweet read with mockery. "Can I order one of those tacky gift for STORMY DANIELS?" yet another post added. As expected, the backlash continued to pour in as the opposition to the entire Trump family showed no signs of slowing down at any point in the near future.