Hillary Clinton Drops The Hammer On Melania Trump’s Cyberbullying Campaign

Andy Cohen asked the 2016 Democratic candidate what she really thought of the first lady's "Be Best" initiative and Clinton didn't hold back.

Hillary Clinton on Thursday became the latest in a long line of people to point out the irony in Melania Trump’s campaign to tackle cyberbullying.

During an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” the 2016 Democratic candidate was asked to reveal what she honestly thinks of the internet safety element in the first lady’s “Be Best” initiative, which aims to improve children’s welfare.

“I think she should look closer to home,” Clinton told the host, in a clear dig at President Donald Trump’s penchant for launching abusive attacks at his rivals — or, in fact, anyone who doesn’t totally agree with him — on Twitter.

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Elsewhere in the interview, Clinton debunked some of the strangest conspiracy theories about herself:

She named the “Saturday Night Live” actor who she believes has portrayed her best:

She also talked about that moment when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) ripped up a copy of Trump’s speech after his State of the Union address:

And she revealed which of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates has not been in touch with her for advice: