On Monday, the White House rolled out their budget for 2019 that is projected to add trillions of dollars to the national debt. After Ivanka Trump gloated about her father's plan on Twitter, she didn't get the best reaction in return.

Ivanka on budget

When Donald Trump announced his plan for president, he made sure to note that his history as a businessman would help him cut spending and eliminate the debt.

While those talking points were used throughout his campaign and over the last year that he's been in office, Trump's economic plans have been void of fiscal responsibility. The New York Times reported on February 12 that Trump's 2019 budget will cost $4.4 trillion and will add over $7 trillion in deficits over the next decade, while proposing cuts to popularity programs like Social Security, Medicare, and even public broadcasting.

Included in the budget proposal, which is unlikely to pass due to the deep cuts to social service programs, a large chunk is being allocated to use for infrastructure investments.

In a tweet on Monday afternoon, Ivanka Trump commented on her dad's plan. "To build a better future for all Americans, the Admin sent Infrastructure principles that will spur $1.5 trillion in new investment over the next 10 years," Ivanka tweeted. Ivanka also noted that the plan will "shorten project approvals from 10 to 2 years, address unmet rural infrastructure needs & train the workforce of the future."

Instant backlash

After sending out her tweet, Ivanka Trump was clobbered by critics of the president.

"Maybe if your dad stopped flying off to his club in Florida every weekend we could use some of that money to get clean water in Flint and power in Puerto Rico," one tweet read.

"So when is President Pu**ygrabber going to shore up our electoral system from hostile foreign interference?

No? You'll continue to ignore Putin's cyber-war on America and democracy? Gee, I wonder why?" a Twitter user wrote. "Yeah, not holding my breath. How much $ is going to build that damn wall your daddy said Mexico would pay for???" an additional tweet noted.

"Ivanka is so happy.

Wall Street will get richer and the poor will get poorer. Who needs Medicare or Medicaid?? Doesn't everybody have a rich daddy??" yet another tweet read. "You are SO ignorant &shallow! What about a word of encouragement to all those scared of the cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and Chip?!!!" a social media user wrote. The backlash continued as the opposition to the current administration showed no signs of slowing down.