On Monday, first lady Melania Trump appeared in the White House Rose Garden to announce her official platform after almost 16 months in office.
Her platform encourages “healthy living, encouragement, kindness, and respect” and “with those values as a solid foundation, children will be able to better deal with the evils of the opioid crisis and avoid negative social media interaction. She explained that her official platform has three parts: wellbeing, social media use, and addressing opioid abuse. The slogan she announced is “Be Best.”
President Trump signed Melania Trump’s anti-bullying initiative at the White House Monday.
He turned and handed the pen to the First Lady who spearheaded the effort.
“Melania, your care and compassion for our nation’s children — and I have to say this and I say it to you all the time — inspires us all,” President Trump said.
“Today we pledge to be best, best for our families, best for our communities and best for our nation. Now I am proud to sign this the ‘Be Best’ proclamation and I think you know who will get the pen. Thank you.”
Melania said at the event, “There are too many critical issues facing children today so the three main pillars of BE BEST will include well-being, social media use, and opioid abuse, we can and should teach children the important of social and self-awareness, positive relationship skills, and responsible decision making.”
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That was a beautiful moment. Thank You POTUS and FLOTUS for putting character building in first place in the education of our children.
Isn’t it nice to have some Class and Christian values back in the White House? I love having my President making America great and representing “We the People”. Melania did a great job today! Beautiful, smart and classy! Love my President and First Lady! MAGA!
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