At the White House on Monday, First Lady Melania Trump revealed her plans for the "Be Best" initiate that focuses on several issues that will benefit children. After Melania's plan was found to have been a near copy of what was put forward during the Obama administration, social media quickly went viral.

Melania on Be Best

Ever since Donald Trump was elected president back in November 2016, many wondered about what role Melania Trump would play as the country's next first lady.

In the year and a half that she's been in the White House, Melania has focused on putting an end to cyberbullying, though there's been little traction on the issue other than a few select speeches. However, Melania addressed the nation at the White House on Monday and rolled out her "Be Best" initiative that puts focus on "well-being, fighting opioid abuse and positivity on social media," with special attention paid to younger Americans. As has been the case in the past, Melania was accused of plagiarism after the pamphlet provided by the White House was accused of copying a document released during the Obama administration.

As the criticism followed, Melania Trump did her best to deflect and focus on the positive core of her new "Be Best" plan.

"Thank you to all who attended yesterday’s launch of Be Best," Melania tweeted out. "I will continue focusing on ways to help children be their best selves," the first lady wrote, while plugging the plan's website. As expected, those who oppose the current administration wasted no time chiming in with thoughts of their own.

Be Best backlash

Not long after Melania Trump's tweet in promotion of "Be Best," critics made sure to fire back. "You mean the thing stolen from The Best, Obama admin?" one tweet read.

"Be Best at plagiarism," a Twitter user wrote.

"Did you thank the group you stole the idea from?" a tweet wondered. "Why did you take what the Obama administration created and slap your picture on it? It’s all over the news," an additional tweet asked.

"You have ZERO integrity... ZERO!

You should be ashamed, but you're not capable of shame," a social media user wrote. "What’s next? Are you going to launch a program to deal with violence in Chicago and how growing up as a black woman in America shaped your outlook?" a follow-up tweet read with mockery. The negative reaction continued to pour in as the rift between Donald and Melania Trump and millions of Americans moves forward while showing no signs of coming to an end anytime soon.