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Hillary Clinton made a targeted dig at Melania Trump Cyberbullying initiative

Former first lady Hillary Clinton made a comment about the cyberbullying initiative of the First lady Melania Trump. She appeared on a late-night talk show Thursday evening for the promotion of her new documentary about her life.

The host of ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ asked Clinton about the Be best initiative. Cohen asked her a question in a round named ‘Plead the faith’ in which the guest is asked three short questions.

Clinton shared her thoughts about the initiative of the first lady Melania Trump initiative to tackle cyberbullying. She responded in a way that clearly showed how she targeted the first lady. Clinton said: “I think she should look closer to home.”

It seems as she aimed towards President Donald Trump who used abusive language against his rivals. First lady Melania Trump started an initiative to control the cyberbullying.

Melania’s ‘Be Best’ platform concentrates on helping children in three different areas, one of which is online safety and behavior.

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