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First Lady Melania Trump Says She's the Most Bullied Person In the World

First Lady Melania Trump Says She's the Most Bullied Person In the World

First Lady Melania Trump gave an interview to ABC News where she spoke about bullying, her anti-bullying “Be Best” initiative, and the fact that she thinks she’s one of the most bullied people in the world.

“I could say I’m the most bullied person on the world,” the First Lady said, to which ABC’s Tom Llamas replied, “You’re really the most bullied person in the world?”

“One of them, if you really see what people saying about me,” she answered.

“We need to educate the children of social-emotional behavior, so when they grow up, they know how to deal with those issues,” she continued. “That’s very important.”

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  • Gerard Buthole

    Bitch, please.

  • Casey C

    Oh, grow up. second biggest ego on the planet. must be tough living the gilded life as a trophy wife.

  • USWeeklyHatesComments

    L..M..F..A..O

  • plez

    OMG she’s exaggerates and whines just like her husband.

  • mahbelle

    She’s right. People are vicious towards Melania because of her husband. She seems like a very nice person.

  • mahbelle

    whining snowflake

  • Hattie McDish

    Don’t flatter yourself Mrs DumpTrump.

  • KS_in_TP

    I don’t think she’s wrong. I think she’s treated like shit no matter what she does, and I think there are people that go after her for every single tiny thing they can find — because they hate her husband. I don’t know how that isn’t bullying.

  • tsevca

    All the bad things I heard about her had nothing to do with her husband. They were all considering her behaviour. She forgets she is no longer her own person. She took a public function. First lady of any country is a job as any. I felt bad for her during the campaign, because it seemed to me it was never a job she wanted, but I don’t think her husband asked her opinion. But no matter that, she is a free person, she had a choice and took the position and she should act according to that. Period. One can make a mistake once, but again and again the same mistake?

    One example for all. Her “I don’t care” attire. What was that? One doesn’t have to think twice to know how inappropriate that was. And honestly, why did it even happen? Beside the stupid motto, it was more fitting for a teenager, not for a woman her age and definitely not the first lady. All her precedessors followed perhaps unspoken dresscode. Why not do that? OK, she was a model, she didn’t want to blend in, despite the fact that if she did, she would avoid the trouble. But people haven’t gotten over it yet and she visits Africa in another “amazing” outfit. I wonder if even a Nazi uniform would be more offensive there. She can pay people to stop her from those mistakes if she lacks knowledge of that kind.
    She fulfills the most stupid stereotypes, acts like she doesn’t even think about what she’s doing and what? Expects warm reaction? Not being rude during official events is her duty now and she acts like her manicure is more important than causing WW3. If you were a bus driver and didn’t care about the traffic code, your boss would yell at you. The whole country is her boss now.

  • ✮ Jennie ✮ ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Did you intend to write a novel?

  • Murray

    I don’t care. Do you?

  • Murray

    I don’t care. Do you?

  • Murray

    I don’t care. Do you?

  • KS_in_TP

    You know what? I’m not here for your nitpicking bullshit. You only prove my point about the relentless bullying of this woman.

  • Logan

    Bitch you wish !! Your husband wins !!

  • tsevca

    If you have a problem with people reacting to your comments, perhaps it is not a smart idea to write them. That’s what happens on a public forum.

    P.S.: Stating facts might not be always nice, but there is still a line between that and bullying.

  • KS_in_TP

    Oh, you’re still at it?

  • Sprite

    I’m sure it’s only per se.

  • Nikki

    She’s not my sister got to meet both of them because she’s in the military melania’s is a complete bitch

  • Phil the Donahue

    Two peas in a pod. It takes a broken person to marry a broken person.
    And everyone thought she was the sane one.

  • gwen

    Says the bully who helped her husband facilitate the birther movement, said that her husband’s victims shouldn’t be heard until a court vetted their stories, and stood by her husband when he was verbally abusing women like Maxine Waters, his victims, Congresswoman Wilson, Warren, and many others, wore a “I don’t care” coat. Why didn’t the interviewer confront her about this?

  • gwen

    What about the times that Melania was vicious to Obama? She can’t whine about bullies when she helped her husband facilitate the birther movement.

  • Esoteric11

    I used to feel bad for her, then she started talking. Oh No, no, no. Not anymore. yep.

  • tsevca

    Why wouldn’t I? You didn’t want to talk and still continue the conversation. I don’t have problem with talking to people of different opinions, so why should I stay quiet? I’m always in, when it comes to a polite discussion. But you? Try to stop barking and present an actual argument. I’m always open for someone to change my opinion. Your trying to shut people up instead of it does nothing but prove my point that there is no argument on your side.

  • KS_in_TP

    Still here?

  • KS_in_TP

    Still here?

  • tsevca

    You got my attention. :D