White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defended first lady Melania Trump amid days of criticism from the co-hosts of “The View.”

In a tweet Friday, Sanders called it “sad” that the talk show continued its “disgusting attacks” on Trump.

“The left’s ‘war on women’ they disagree with is a disgrace,” she wrote. The first lady "is strong, accomplished, and has a lot more class than the women who bully her.”

Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham had told the talk show hosts to “respect” the first lady.

Guest co-host Yvette Nicole Brown speculated earlier Friday whether Trump had been her husband’s mistress before they married, in response to the first lady saying the president’s alleged affairs were “not a concern” of hers.

Trump had been asked about the president’s alleged infidelities during an interview with ABC News while she was in Africa last week.

“I am a mother and the first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do,” Trump said.

“The View” co-hosts had also been critical of Trump on Thursday’s show over her comments about the #MeToo movement.

"I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence," Trump said during the ABC interview.