“It was a very productive meeting on cyber safety & how to teach our children to be responsible digital citizens,” the first lady tweeted.
The irony of her post did not go unnoticed, however.
Many tweeters called the first lady out for not first confronting her renowned cyberbully husband, President Donald Trump, over his online behavior.
Here’s a sampling of the responses:
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