Actress Alyssa Milano continued to attack the Trump administration Saturday when she suggested that Vice President Mike Pence's\u00a0Friday\u00a0visit to a migrant detention center in Texas\u00a0was similar to Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler visiting a Soviet POW camp.Milano tweeted the side-by-side, black-and-white images\u00a0showing a photo of Pence below a photo of\u00a0Himmler, the main architect of the Holocaust.Both photos showed the men standing behind gates separating them from detainees --\u00a0migrants in Pence's case and prisoners of war in Himmler's.PENCE SLAMS CNN FOR 'DISHONEST' COVERAGE OF DETENTION CENTER VISITPence's trip to the Texas border included a visit\u00a0 Border Patrol station where hundreds of men were crowded in sweltering cages without cots. Milano's tweet received mixed responses but many on the social media platform derided her comparison.A chorus of Democratic lawmakers have claimed migrants are being\u00a0detained under inhumane conditions.\u00a0Pence and President Trump have\u00a0heavily criticized media outlets and Democrats for the way they have viewed the issue.DAN GAINOR: MEDIA DEMONIZE TRUMP ON IMMIGRATION, EMBRACE RAPINOE FOR KICKING HIM AROUND"CNN is so dishonest. Today we took reporters to a detention facility on the border for families and children and all told us they were being treated well," the vice president tweeted on Friday."The crisis at our southern border is not a 'manufactured crisis,'\u00a0it is real and is overwhelming our system. To show this, we also visited an overcrowded facility for adult men, many of whom have been arrested multiple times. These men were in a temporary holding area because Democrats in Congress have refused to fund additional bed space."Last month,\u00a0Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.\u00a0claimed that the\u00a0detention centers\u00a0were "concentration camps on our southern border." She later clarified that she didn't think they were the same as "death camps" that Nazis oversaw during the Holocaust.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPHer comments prompted the United States Holocaust Museum to reject similar comparisons."The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum unequivocally rejects efforts to create analogies between the Holocaust and other events, whether historical or contemporary,"\u00a0a museum statement read.\u00a0"That position has repeatedly and unambiguously been made clear in the Museum\u2019s official statement on the matter \u2013 a statement that is reiterated and reaffirmed now."Fox News' Joseph A. Wulfsohn and The Associated Press contributed to this report.