Melania Trump tweets Hurricane Florence concerns, but Twitter reminds her of her Hurricane Harvey heels

Melania Trump tweets Hurricane Florence concerns, but Twitter reminds her of her Hurricane Harvey heels

First Lady Melania Trump took to Twitter on Friday morning to express her concerns about Hurricane Florence and to thank all the first responders ready to take action.

"Thinking of the people in the Carolinas. Thank you to the first responders who are taking immediate action to help. Be safe! #HurricaneFlorence," she posted about the storm, which is currently plummeting North and South Carolina as a Category 1.

However, Twitter was quickly reminded of FLOTUS' controversial response to Hurricane Harvey, which barreled Texas around this time last year as a catastrophic Category 4 storm.

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In late August 2017, Melania boarded Air Force One for a visit to Houston alongside President Trump to show their support to Harvey victims. It was her sky-high heels that left Twitter enraged.

Social media was quick to resurface Melania's divisive choice in footwear this time around.

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"What color stilettos will you be wearing for your 20 minute visit?" asked one commentator. "If you're going to go and 'help' after the storm is over, make sure you're prepared this time," wrote another.

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Others issued trite responses that seemed to mock the controversial "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" jacket that she sported at a June visit with migrant children separated from their families.

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As of Friday midday, the hurricane had already left hundreds stranded and close to half-a-million homes without power. Horrific reports detail buildings being ripped apart and rising flood waters. More on Florence in the video above.

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