Democratic lawmakers have been chastising President Trump right and left ever since Sunday, when he made the decision to dedicate a golf tournament trophy to the hurricane victims of Puerto Rico.

The President made the declaration during the Presidents Cup golf tournament, saying it was a gift for the victims of the recent hurricane that recently hit the island.

Many of the complaints from Democrats have to do with Trump’s decision to dedicate a trophy, rather than sending food, water, and supplies to the U.S. territory.

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-California) made the following tweet on Sunday:“Dear @realDonaldTrump: US citizens in Puerto Rico need water, food, oxygen tanks, medicine BUT NOT A GOLF TROPHY. You still don’t get it.”

Pennsylvania Democrat and Representative Brendan Boyle also took to Twitter on Sunday, tweeting: “Hey Puerto Rico – you still don’t have electricity or drinkable water. But good news: Trump dedicated a golf trophy to you. Feel better now?”

Gregory Meeks (Democratic Rep. of New York) also made a contribution to the conversation, tweeting: “I’m sure hurricane victims would rather have electricity, food, and water.”

Trump made a statement during his dedication that he wants to remember the victims of the hurricanes, and that the trophy is a symbol of this remembrance.

According to The Hill, Trump also made the statement:

“And we’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much that we love — a part of our great state, really part of our great nation.”

Despite the donation, Trump’s administration is also facing lots of criticism from Democrats for not doing enough to respond to hurricane relief efforts, which left 3.4 million Puerto Ricans with a lack of water, diminishing food supplies, and a broken infrastructure.

In response, the Trump administration defends its attempts to help Puerto Rico and notes that there are federal officials on the ground there.

Both Donald and Melania Trump will be visiting Puerto Rico on Tuesday.