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Melania Trump condemns bullying at UN luncheon

Melania Trump condemns bullying at UN luncheon

Melania Trump and her speech at UN luncheon about the bullying and counter-measures didn’t touch the hearts at all. Instead of it, the social media started to discuss the dress of the first lady and the behaviour of her husband on Twitter.

The first lady of the United States is learning how to cope with many obligations, her speech at the UN luncheon had an actual topic but Mrs Trump’s dress zeroed all her efforts. Moreover, FLOTUS sounded tired and almost indifferent while she was speaking about the problem of bullying.

In her speech on Wednesday, Melania Trump called on the international community to better protect and support children, speaking out against bullying and urging parents and leaders around the world to “come together for the good of our children because, through them, our future will be defined.”

Unfortunately, that message was lost somewhat as social media’s attention turned to her choice of outfit – a voluminous pink dress costing a reported $3,000. Morever, her husband has been accused of using his own social media accounts to bully a vast array of people.

Melania Trump at the UN luncheon

Mrs rump was the only speaker at Wednesday’s luncheon. She was seated at a table with spouses of other world leaders, including Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; Brigitte Macron, the wife of French President Emmanuel Macron; and Emine Erdoğan, the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

In her address, she asked to show her the civic lessons of today and promised to show the audience its civic leaders of tomorrow. She tied the history lessons of today, and quality f the political leader tomorrow,

“Show me the loving bonds between your families today, and I will show you the patriotism and moral clarity of your nation tomorrow,”

added the first lady.

After the recent UNGA address of Donald Trump, the speech of Melania wasn’t too bad or weak, it was a mediocre speech.