I just think people ought to think before they speak and criticize others who are in the public eye.
This is nothing new. I remember that persons talked in a very negative way about Eleanor Roosevelt;
she traveled too much, wrote a column called "My Day," and had an unpleasant speaking voice - all of which and more were criticized mercilessly by the opposition and the public.
How does the saying go? If you can't say something nice, don't say anything.
This includes saying unkind things about minor children, including two daughters who were very intelligent but were going through those awkward teen years during their fathers' terms. Most adolescent girls have a time when they are insecure - and they look it.
Be kind, people.