Hot takes flood in after President Trump aims Twitter attack at Mika Brzezinski

President Trump went after MSNBC "Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski via Twitter on Thursday morning, prompting a wave of commentary from media pundits and politicians alike.

To get you up to speed, here are the Trump tweets on which many are sounding off:

Click through to see the varied hot takes that emerged in the wake of Trump's personal attack:

From GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham to CNN contributor Ana Navarro, public figures from the private and public sector took the opportunity to weigh in on President Trump's going after the MSNBC host.

"Mr. President, your tweet was beneath the office and represents what is wrong with American politics, not the greatness of America," Sen. Graham wrote via Twitter.

Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan responded when asked about Trump's statement on Thursday, saying, "Obviously, I don't see that as an appropriate comment."

Conservative pundit Laura Ingraham also weighed in via Twitter, saying the president should exercise "message discipline" in focusing communications efforts on immigration legislation before the House of Representatives today.

Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders adamantly defended President Trump in the wake of his Twitter outburst, saying the commander in chief is "fighting fire with fire."

And then Sen. Orrin Hatch chimed in with a seemingly sympathetic response to Trump's tweet, saying "every once in awhile you get a dipsy-doodle!"

While Republicans were more tempered in their responses to the Twitter rhetoric, Democratic lawmakers were less-so tempered in speaking out on the tweets.

Rep. Barbara Lee of California fired off multiple tweets in response to Trump's Mika-aimed tweets -- saying her GOP colleagues are "complicit in the sexism & bigotry incited by Trump" if they do not speak out.