It's more like this.

Vice President Kamala Harris paid a more appropriate tribute to the U.S. military on Sunday, after drawing a heat line to tell her fellow countrymen to "enjoy the long weekend."

Harris' message on Sunday morning, "Throughout our history, our servicemen and women have risked everything to protect our freedoms and our country." "As we prepare to honor him on Memorial Day, we remember his service and his sacrifice."

On Saturday afternoon, Harris' official account posted a smiling picture of the vice president with his previous message, reprimanded like supporters and opponents.

Responding to the vice president's message on Twitter on Sunday, some users said it was too low, too late. Others raised the issue with Harris, not to mention military members who lost their lives in the fighting.

Tim Murtaugh, director of Trump's pre-2020 campaign, suggested that Harris sent a tweet on Sunday "24 hours after Memorial Day googling."

“Clear the wing 5,” said Fox News contributor Dinen Borelli.

By Sunday afternoon the "Enjoy the Long Weekend" tweet was still there.

On Sunday, President Biden attended a Memorial Day commemoration ceremony in Newcastle, Delhi, away from his Wilmington home.

The president will also attend the Memorial Day ob formal ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday.