Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

"The Washington Post, among many things, reported that there are "persistent rumors" that Mrs. Trump does not live in this White House and that she lives with her parents somewhere in the suburbs".

Melania Trump has launched an awareness campaign called "BE BEST" that aims to promote healthy development in children.

"As has been evidenced by the various functions Mrs. Trump has participated in throughout her time as first lady, her focus will be the overall wellbeing of all children".

The first lady has already made cyber-bullying prevention a priority during her tenure as well as the focusing on effects of opioid abuse on newborns, tying in to the federal response to the opioid epidemic.

"As a mother and as first lady, it concerns me that in today's fast-paced and ever-connected world, children can be less prepared to express or manage their emotions and often times turn to forms of destructive or addictive behavior such as bullying, drug addiction or even suicide", she said in prepared remarks. She's also brought that message directly to classrooms around the country.

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During almost 16 months as first lady, Mrs. Trump demonstrated her interest in children by visiting with young hospital patients in the US and during overseas trips with the president, often reading to them and encouraging them to do their best. Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" was unveiled 11 months after becoming first lady, in February 2010 and Laura Bush launched "Ready to Read, Ready to Learn", in July of her first year as first lady.

"I want to nurture and protect the most valuable part of our society and our future- children", the First Lady said.

Much of her campaign focuses on the emotional and physical well-being of kids, emphasizing that children know that it's "safe to make mistakes". The administration includes a mention of using this campaign to equip kids to "deal with the evils of the opioid crisis", too. BE BEST will highlight the importance of using social media and the internet in positive ways. "The First Lady sees it to be an important issue and something she wants to address".

Grisham adds that the first lady will concentrate her initiative on the range of issues children face as they grow up and will not tailor it to a single topic.