Melania Trump is one of the most iconic women in the entire world. However, in a recent interview, Melania opened up to reveal some new information that is absolutely heartbreaking.
Melania took a brief moment while on her African tour trip to sit down with ABC News for an exclusive interview. Now, what she shared in that conversation is making headlines. When asked about her "Be Best" cyberbullying campaign, Melania revealed a very personal connection.
"ABC News' wide-ranging interview with the first lady took place in Africa, where she traveled to promote her 'Be Best' campaign, which raises awareness about online bullying. The first lady explained how her experience being bullied led in part to her 'Be Best' initiative. 'I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world,' Melania Trump said. Pressed by Llamas on that assertion, she responded, 'One of them -- if you really see what people are saying about me,'" reported ABC News.
Watch the clip below and listen to Melania for yourself. It's truly so terrible to know how much hate she receives from people who don't even know her.
The full interview is set to air this Friday. However, this clip will undoubtedly be one of the most talked about moments from the segment. It is clear that Melania is not immune to the hate being put out on social media.
Please join us in praying for her. We pray that God gives her strength and courage and that all those who want to bully her online would see the error in their ways and turn toward Jesus.
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