After calling Ivanka Trump a “feckless c—” on Wednesday, comedian Samantha Bee came under fire.

Autotrader and State Farm both announced that they will be not be showing their advertisements on Bee’s show. 

State Farm told The Wrap in a statement that “We have asked TBS to suspend our advertising in the program and are reviewing any future placements. We constantly review programs to ensure alignment to our programming guidelines and brand values.”

Bee made the comment about Ivanka Trump during a segment discussing President Donald Trump’s immigration policies: “Let me just say, one mother to another, do something about your dad’s immigration practices, you feckless c—. He listens to you. Put on something tight and low cut and tell him to f—ing stop it.”

Bee later apologized.

On Friday, the president weighed in.

“Her remarks were vile, horrible, and inappropriate,” Christian Robey, political director of the Media Research Center, told The Daily Signal. “I think that TBS should think twice about keeping her on the show.”

Bee’s words came less than 24 hours after Roseanne Barr’s sitcom, “Roseanne,” was cancelled by ABC after Barr had a racially-charged tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.  

“There is a double standard in the way the media has covered this story. I’m uncomfortable that they portray Rosanne as a mainstream conservative when she is not,” said Robey. “Conservatives see this for what it is and it’s a veiled attack against them.”