Democratic lawmakers slammed President Trump on Twitter Friday for wishing former aide Rob Porter well despite the domestic violence allegations against him raised by his two ex-wives.

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., claimed that the White House “tolerates domestic violence” and is a team that has “no concern” for Porter’s victims.

“Not a word, not even a thought for the women Porter is accused of physically and verbally abusing,” the Democrat tweeted Friday. “Completely unacceptable. This White House tolerates domestic violence.”

Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, D-N.H., called the president’s well wishes “truly sad.”

“.@realDonaldTrump shows ZERO sympathy for the multiple women Rob Porter is accused of abusing. But hopefully Porter has a great career... Truly sad. Domestic violence cannot be tolerated anywhere,” Kuster tweeted.

Addressing a group of reporters Friday afternoon, Trump praised his former aide as a hard worker who did “a very good job when he was in the White House."

Assault allegations surfaced this week after two of Porter’s ex-wives came forward claiming that he had physically and emotionally abused them, and one presented a photo of herself with a black eye from a previous dispute.

“Dear @realDonaldTrump: A vase doesn't magically hit Porter's ex-wife by itself. You saw the photos. Also, domestic violence is a crime,” Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., tweeted Friday. “The statements you just made are very sad."

Porter denied the allegations but still chose to resign from his position in the White House.

"He said very strongly yesterday that he's innocent, so you'll have to talk to him about that," Trump explained. "But we absolutely wish him well."

Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said the president’s response “isn’t surprising” given his track record of sexual misconduct allegations.

"What is truly sad: The @WhiteHouse cover-up of #RobPorter abuse allegations isn't surprising,” McGovern tweeted. “@realDonaldTrump has over a dozen allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him and even bragged on video, about assaulting women.”

The White House has been under fire this week for its initial efforts to defend Porter.