This Monday, First Lady Melania Trump announced the title of her mission to help the nation’s youth: ‘Be Best.’
After First Lady Melania revealed her new platform, CNN contributor April Ryan criticized her live on TV saying that she isn’t ‘culturally American.’
CNN host Erin Burnett said that Melania is facing a ‘painful reality’ in tackling the issue of cyber-bullying while President Trump has a reputation for heckling people on his personal Twitter account.
‘She’s well aware of his cyberbullying. He’s considered by some, well many I would say in different sectors, one of the biggest bullies. He will call you out in a moment’s notice and she stood in front of him and basically said she wants to show young people how it’s done and do it right and they will pick up those habits.’ April Ryan told Erin Burnett.
Despite the fact that our current First Lady Melania Trump is an American citizen for over a decade, she continued and told Burnett that Melania will face further issues with her initiative because she isn’t ‘culturally American.’
‘This is a first lady who is not culturally American, but she is learning the ways.’ Ryan said.
‘This is not just an American issue. These are not just American issues. These are international issues. Cyberbullying is an international issue. Social media is international and also the opioid addiction issue, so it’s not just here,’ she added.
To remind the people who always have something bad to say about her, Melania Trump is a native of Slovenia and speaks six languages: French, English, Slovenian, Italian, German, Serbian.
Mrs. Trump is a First Lady who is full of dignity, grace, and class – a more than worthy successor to her predecessors. She’s a role model for the young ladies in the U.S.