Most comments defended Craig, who also has an older daughter from a previous marriage, for using the carrier to transport his child while walking in NY.
"You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child", Evans tweeted.
Craig is not even the first Bond actor to be photographed carrying his child, as at least one Twitter user pointed out.
Which is why the Internet erupted in outrage on Monday when British TV presenter Piers Morgan posted a photo on Twitter of Craig carrying his baby daughter, Ella, in a sling, with the mocking caption, "Oh 007. not you as well?!"
Morgan replied: "Captain America wouldn't wear a papoose". Morgan did find one exception to his baby-wearing rule, though, noting that UFC fighters could do whatever they wanted-however he made the exception exclusively on "self-preservation grounds".
Morgan could not be reached for comment; neither could Craig, who recently welcomed his daughter with actress Rachel Weisz.
It's not newsworthy to see that many men are engaged partners in parenting.
But Morgan, who has four children, refused to back down on his claims that papooses are "ridiculous instruments of emasculation".
Trump did not take the bait.
Calling the tweet-lashing a "ferocious Papoose-gate debate", Morgan also ventured that there must be a change in James Bond casting.