Are you listening, Donnie? You could learn a thing or two…
On Wednesday, Melania Trump — wearing a Delpozo fuchsia coatdress — gave a speech at the United Nations in New York where she focused on protecting our children from the terrors of bullying.
The First Lady said at the luncheon:
“Together, we must acknowledge that all too often it is the weakest, most innocent and vulnerable among us — our children — who ultimately suffer the most from the challenges that plague our societies. Whether it is drug addiction, bullying, poverty, disease, trafficking, illiteracy, or hunger, it is the children who are hit first and hardest in any country. And as we all know, the future of every nation rests with the promise of their young people.”
Donald Trump‘s wife adds:
“No child should ever feel hungry, stalked, frightened, terrorized, bullied, isolated or afraid, with nowhere to turn.”
After her speech went viral, people on Twitter immediately slammed the former model for her contradictory words. While she advocates for anti-bullying measures, her very own husband has been accused of intimidating behavior, especially when he reportedly mocked disabled journalist Serge Kovaleski at a 2015 rally.
Melania Trump’s United Nations speech preached about setting an example for our children and preventing bullying…
Melania Trump talking about cyber bullying when her husband is the absolute worst offender is just Twilight Zone worthy. Disturbing family.
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) September 20, 2017
Melania Trump talking about suffering children the same time her husband is taking millions of childrens healthcare away from them!
— email@example.com (@americanfirst4) September 20, 2017
If Melania Trump really wants to fight cyberbullying, she should just change Donald’s wifi password.
— Michael Blackman (@MBlackman37) September 20, 2017
I’m don’t wanna bag on Melania Trump but how is anyone supposed to take her seriously when she’s married to the Bully in Chief?
— PWestman 🕸 (@YankesGrl99) September 20, 2017
Watch Melania’s full speech (below):
[Image via CNN.]