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Melania Trump Slammed For Celebrating #BeBest With ‘Biggest Bully In The World’
Critics call out the first lady for marking the first anniversary of her anti-bullying campaign without addressing the president's behavior.
Melania Trump Marks One Year Of 'Be Best' Anti-Cyberbullying Initiative
The first lady's program has generated perpetual mockery because of the cyberbully-in-chief.
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Melania Trump's 'Be Best' White House Ornaments Lead To Christmas Jeer
Twitter users mock the first lady's "Be Best" ornaments.
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Melania Trump Knows It’s Ironic That She Advocates Against Bullying
The first lady has been ridiculed for her stand, she said at a conference -- a week after President Trump berated black women journalists for doing their jobs.
Randy Rainbow Spoofs Melania Trump's 'Be Best' Slogan In 'Beauty And The Beast' Parody
The first lady's anti-bullying campaign becomes the comedian's latest Trump family takedown.
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Melania Trump's Back-To-School Question For Students Sparks Backlash
The first lady caught heat on Twitter after asking students if they would "strive to #BeBest."
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Melania Trump's Anti-Cyberbullying Tweet Does Not Go Over Well
"I hope you realize that you’re married to the poster boy of cyberbullying."
Melania Trump Talks About Cyberbullying
First lady Melania Trump is speaking out against cyberbullying as part of her “Be Best”campaign.
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Melania Trump's Call For 'Be Best' Back-To-School Tips Backfires
The first lady received a huge response -- just not the one she was looking for.
Chuck Schumer Turns Melania Trump's 'Be Best' Campaign Against Donald Trump
"Be Best," Mr. President.
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Melania Trump Called Out For Anti-Bullying Campaign That Ignores Her Husband's Actions
The first lady's new initiative seems to be missing something.
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Melania Trump's Online Safety Pamphlet Seems Lifted From The Obama Administration
Her new booklet on kids' online activity looks lots like one the Federal Trade Commission released in 2014.
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