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FIRST LADY VOWS TO FIGHT CYBERBULLYING DESPITE CRITICS

 Melania Trump pushed back against critics this week, declaring her commitment to combating cyberbullying despite the hits she has endured for taking on the issue while her husband routinely goes on Twitter to berate foes and call them names.

Pushing back against her critics, Melania Trump said she’s committed to fighting cyberbullying despite the knocks she’s gotten for addressing the issue, while her husband regularly uses Twitter to berate his foes and call them names.

“I am well aware that people are skepticalMrs. Trump commented as she convened executives from major online and social media companies at the White House to discuss cyberbullying and internet safety. The meeting came more than a year after she announced that cyberbullying would be her cause if Trump were elected president.

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