Melania Trump responded to internet backlash Saturday after she posted pictures of herself working on a construction project for a White House tennis court pavilion.

“I encourage everyone who chooses to be negative & question my work at the @WhiteHouse to take time and contribute something good & productive in their own communities #BeBest,” she said in the tweet. The hashtag “be best” is a reference to her anti-bullying campaign.

The first lady’s original tweet included pictures of her in a hardhat looking at blueprints. Critics responded with tweets that pointed to other current events that they believed deserved more attention, like the coronavirus, Tennessee’s tornado, or family separation at the border.

The building’s construction, which began in October, is not being paid for by public funds, according to White House officials.

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The pavilion is set to replace an existing one that houses restrooms and storage. Its grand design mimics the look of the White House.