On Monday, May 7th, Melania Trump presented her official agenda as the First Lady — a campaign called “Be Best,” which focuses on children’s overall well-being but greatly emphasizes preventing the vast issues of social media dangers and the opioid epidemic.
After First Lady Melania rolled out her platform, liberal CNN host April Ryan bashed her by insisting our current first lady is “not culturally American,” and additionally, accused her of failing to recognize these issues internationally.
“This is a first lady who is not culturally American, but she is learning the ways and this is not just an American issue. These are not just American issues,” Ryan stated. “These are international issues.”
“Cyberbullying is an international issue,” the CNN contributor continued. “Social media is international and also the opioid addiction issue, so it’s not just here, but it’s abroad as well.”
Ryan also implied that Melania is a hypocrite because she rolled out a campaign that’s striving to prevent cyberbullying when “she’s well aware of her husband’s [President Donald Trump] cyberbullying.”
Ryan faced major backlash for her remarks against the First Lady including from White House aide Steven Cheung and founder of The Blaze Glenn Beck.
Watch Ryan on CNN below:
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In related news, Melania Trump fired back after the liberal media’s attacks against her “Be Best” platform.