Melania Trump Takes On Cyber-Bullying???

@anniepa (27216)
United States
November 3, 2016 9:39pm CST
This is definitely a WTF moment. Melania Trump gave her first campaign speech on her own in my state of PA today and in saying what her role as First Lady would be she said she would be an advocate for women - presumably as long as they never get sexually assaulted, or if they do as long as they never tell anyone - and end cyber-bullying. She said people are too mean today. So said the woman married to the world's worst cyber-bully ever! This woman must never take Michelle Obama's place.
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@yukimori (8984)
• United States
4 Nov 16
Two options I'm seeing here: 1. She's done absolutely nothing to change Trump's behavior when it comes to cyber bullying. 2. What we're seeing is Trump after Melania's intervention, which means that his behavior can actually be much worse than what's slipped through so far. This just continues to show how out of touch with reality the entire Trump campaign is.
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@anniepa (27216)
• United States
4 Nov 16
Scary, isn't it? Her speech was just so ironic I literally almost fell off my chair. Then tonight Brian Williams interviewed Kellyanne Conway about it and her response was hilarious. For some reason she wouldn't answer whether she'd let her young children read Donald's Twitter posts but everyone seemed to agree she would not.
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• Philippines
4 Nov 16
I don't think she's a first lady material.
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@anniepa (27216)
• United States
4 Nov 16
I couldn't possibly agree more, ESPECIALLY considering the wonderful First Lady we have now. To have Melania Trump replace Michelle Obama would be every bit as distressing as having Donald replace our current President. No matter how anyone feels about his political issues or what he's done or hasn't done during his two terms nobody can deny that he's handled himself, as has his wonderful family, with nothing but class and dignity not to mention humor at times when few could find it in them to retain a sense of humor.
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