Earlier this week, Melania started her own hashtag to support... herself? It did not go well for her.
"Applause to all women around the world who speak up, stand up and support other women!" she wrote.
The tweet was a response to Gone Girl actress Emily Ratajkowski, who defended Melania Trump earlier this week after a New York Times reporter published slut-shaming comments. But though the message "support other women!" is a good and important one, Melania's plan backfired.
Because while the GOP may control the House, Senate and the White House (a place Melania may visit someday), the resistance still rules over Twitter. And people jumped at the opportunity to criticize Melania's role in her husband's reign-of-terror, as well as her apparent reluctance to have anything to do with the White House.
#PowerOfTheFirstLady is now trending, but not in the way she had presumably hoped:
Tough, but fair.
And a lot of people are just using the hashtag to tweet about how great Michelle Obama was:
Nevertheless, Melania has persisted™ tweeting about the "Power of the First Lady," almost as if she has no idea she's being widely trolled. Yesterday she tweeted about meeting with Mrs. Netanyahu:
I concur with Melania that it's important for women to support other women, which is why I want to tell her: Girl, please stop it with this hashtag. You're doing yourself no favors. Twitter is just not that into you.