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Be Best? Netizens Turn to Melania Trump as US President Slams Greta Thunberg Online

© AP Photo / Patrick SemanskyFirst lady Melania Trump speaks before participating in a town hall on the opioid epidemic with moderator Eric Bolling in Las Vegas, Tuesday, March 5, 2019, during a two-day, three-state swing to promote her Be Best campaign
First lady Melania Trump speaks before participating in a town hall on the opioid epidemic with moderator Eric Bolling in Las Vegas, Tuesday, March 5, 2019, during a two-day, three-state swing to promote her Be Best campaign - Sputnik International
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A number of social media users were quick to recall how Melania Trump chastised a legal expert who mentioned Trump’s 13-year old son during her testimony at the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.

The name of the “Be Best” campaign against cyber-bullying, promoted by the US First Lady Melania Trump, has recently witnessed an upsurge of popularity on social media as many people used it to slam US President Donald Trump over his unflattering remarks about teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.

Earlier this week, Trump advised Greta to “chill” and work on her “anger management problem”, after the latter was named the Person of the Year 2019 by Time magazine.

​In response, many netizens accused the president of bullying Greta and urged Melania to do something about it.

​Some were also quick to recall how Melania criticised a legal expert who mentioned Trump’s 13-year old son during her testimony at the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.

​Meanwhile, Greta herself has changed her Twitter bio, which currently reads “A teenager working on her anger management problem” and “currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend”, in response to Trump’s remarks, just like she did before in response to earlier criticism from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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