Melania Trump was widely mocked on Twitter Tuesday after she asked students to “think about what you wish to accomplish this year” on their return to school.
“You have so much power in your individual voices. Will you strive to #BeBest?” wrote the first lady, referencing her “Be Best” campaign that aims to improve the lives of children.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) September 4, 2018
Her question did not go over well, as hundreds of tweeters suggested the main thing they wanted to accomplish this year was the removal of her husband, President Donald Trump, from office.
This year I want to see the president removed from office!
— Jim M (@JimMNewYork) September 4, 2018
I don’t really care do you?
— Teddy 🔄 (@teddyeddyo) September 4, 2018
How about having your husband be a good example instead of how to be a bully to children!
— Sand2oes (@Sand2oes) September 4, 2018
They probably will spend their entire time at school avoiding flying bullets and trying not to get murdered in the next school shooting
— NikkiNightmare🇨🇦 (@NikkiCarruthers) September 4, 2018
Very good!! I hope the student listen to you. PLEASE ask the same of your HUSBAND!!!
— shirley llewellyn (@shirleyllewelly) September 4, 2018
School started weeks ago for most. And can you please start with your husband about being best?
— MKW (@Marykatewunder) September 4, 2018
Can someone PLEASE change this slogan. The grammar is terrible. #BeBest 🤔
— Maria Alex-Grady (@mariaangelo2014) September 4, 2018
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.