On Tuesday night it was announced that former First Lady Barbara Bush had passed away. In response, Donald Trump sent out a tweet to offer his condolences.

Trump on Barbara Bush

At her Texas home on Tuesday afternoon, Barbara Bush died at the age of 92. The former first lady had been a well-respected individual and spent four years serving in the White House during the presidency of her husband, George H.W.

Bush from 1989 until 1993, and also during his time as vice president throughout the majority of the 1980s. In recent years, Barbara Bush had been vocal when it came to politics, taking subtle jabs at Donald Trump by not understanding how women "can vote for someone who said what he said about Megyn Kelly." Bush spent years focusing on universal literacy, and even went as far as to create the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. However, she had recently suffered from congestive heart failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and after denying additional care earlier this week, she passed away at her home in Texas.

Just moments after the news broke of Barbara Bush's passing, Donald Trump quickly took to Twitter to give his thoughts on behalf of himself and First Lady Melania Trump.

"Melania and I join the Nation in celebrating the life of Barbara Bush," Trump tweeted, while attaching a statement prepared by his office. "She will be long remembered for her strong devotion to country and family, both of which she served unfailingly well," the statement read, before concluding with the first couple offering their thoughts and prayers to the Bush family.

Twitter revolts

After Donald Trump tweeted out his thoughts on the death of Barbara Bush, critics of the president took time to rip into the commander in chief. "She hated you a**hole. Eat sh*t," one tweet read.

"Quit tweeting, you idiot!" a Twitter user wrote.

"One of her last comments on record was how she couldn’t understand how any woman would for you," another tweet noted. "Barbara Bush hated you," an additional tweet pointed out. "Donald Trump works less and spends less time in the White House than any other POTUS. Spends more time socializing and entertaining at Mar-a-Largo after lying he would never leave the WH," a tweet added.

"Your condolences are about as welcome by the Bush family as a fart in church. Shut the f*ck up, a**hole, and just go away!" a social media user wrote. "Bruh she hated your guts and probably does not want you at her funeral," a follow-up tweet read.