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2018-03-20 16:33:05


Melania Trump knows cyberbullying is a problem. She’s married to one.

First Lady Melania Trump is holding her first public event on cyberbullying today, after first announcing her focus on the issue a year and a half ago. At the summit of social media and tech giants including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Google, Mrs. Trump will ask the companies what they are doing to counteract cyberbullying.

But there are no plans to launch new policies or programs after the conference. Mrs. Trump will just go on encouracing “kindness online.”

The First Lady won’t have to go very far to get her campaign for kindness moving. She won’t have to go any further than the west wing, as she’s married to the “cyberbully in chief.”

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As Jimmy Kimmell said, “All she has to do to fight cyberbullying is take a hammer to her husband’s thumbs and phone!”

Here are some of the worst tweets Mrs. Trump might want to discuss when her husband as she advocates for “kindness.”

Calling Sen. Rand Paul (R, Ky.) a “spoiled brat without a properly functioning brain.”

Praising a right-wing group after is was exposed as racist in the New York Times.

Pardoning a Sherrif Joe Arpaio, after he was convicted of repeatedly violating court orders to stop racial profiling.

Provoking a nuclear-armed adversary.

Attacking members of the media.

Insulting women.

Racist tweets.

Endorsing an accused child molester for the US Senate.

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This is just a sampling. You can find even more at the Trump Twitter Archive. That might be a good place for the First Lady to start.

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