Melania Celebrates Trump Admin’s Two-Year Anniversary, Gets Hate on Social Media

First lady said she's 'honored to serve this great nation'

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Melania Trump tweeted a sweet tribute on Sunday on the two-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration — only to receive an onslaught of hatred on social media.

“It has been an unforgettable two years in the @WhiteHouse. I am honored to serve this great nation!” she tweeted/

She also included a picture of herself and the president dancing at the Liberty Ball on Inauguration Day two years ago today.

The president retweeted the first lady’s picture and wrote, “A truly great first lady who doesn’t get the credit she deserves!”

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Although many on social media expressed support for and gratitude toward the Trump administration in response to the first lady’s tweet — many others spewed vitriol instead.

“How exactly has she served our country?” said one Twitter user.

“I wish I could forget the last two horrible years. Be best,” another wrote, referencing the first lady’s “Be Best” campaign that battles bullying of all kinds.

“Tell me again what you’ve done to contribute to this nation??? What did I miss? Oh yeah, a fashion show ‘Be Best,'” another person said sneeringly.

Another person referenced Melania Trump’s past career as a model, writing, “The First NAKED ESCORT in the WH and hopefully the last.”

This person added, “You bring dishonor to our White House.”

Another took issue with Melania’s trips to Mar-a-Lago in Forida over the past two years, writing, “‘I’m honored to be vacationing in Florida on the tax payers. That’s what gold diggers do…’ There … fixed it for you.”

“We hope to forget you and your whole family soon! #trumpsinjail,” someone else tweeted.

This first lady in particular has often been on the receiving end of hatred and mockery whenever she tweets out pictures and statements.

This is something that Michelle Obama, when she was first lady, saw relatively little of, by comparison.

Melania Trump even faced mockery for saying during an interview in mid-October — on ABC’s “Good Morning America” — that she was “one of the most bullied” people in the world.

“I could say I’m the most bullied person [in] the world … One of them, if you really see what people are saying about me,” Mrs. Trump said.

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“That’s why my ‘Be Best’ initiative focuses on social media and online behavior. We need to educate the children [about] social and emotional health, so when they grow up they know how to deal with these issues,” the first lady added.

Social media users also went after Melania for her red Christmas trees that decorated a portion of the White House this past holiday season.

And people also mocked her white Christmas trees in 2017.

Despite the rampant outpouring of negativity on social media, other people thanked the president and the first lady for their service to this country in response to Melania Trump’s tweet.

“Thank you for your service! You are so gracious in your service. And beautiful, too! We are proud of our first lady!” one person tweeted.

“America is honored and privileged to have a graceful & elegant first lady. Thank you, Melania Trump,” another person wrote.

“Proud to have you as first lady. You have had to endure [unprecedented], unfair, and vicious criticism. While it has distracted somewhat from your work as first lady, I [am] very proud of the grace and class with which you’ve answered back. Keep working hard as FLOTUS,” another person tweeted.

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