Last week while speaking at an Opioid Awareness conference in Baltimore, Maryland, our amazing ad selfless FLOTUS was booed by ingrateful, rude students.
The new “booing the Trumps” thing has been perpetuated by our hateful and disgusting media.
To make matters even more repulsive, Melania was booed on the very same day that President Trump donated a quarter of his salary to fight opioid addiction.
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However, unlike liberals, Melania is pure class. Her response to the booing at the event was s classy and graceful as she is.
Rather than adding fuel to the fire, Melania defended the kids and their right to free speech.
Melania issued a statement that read in part: “We live in a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinion,” Melania said in a statement released Wednesday, “but the fact is we have a serious crisis in our country and I remain committed to educating children on the dangers and deadly consequences of drug abuse.”
Tomi Lahren has a message for you if you’re in first lady Melania Trump’s presence: show some respect.
In an appearance on Fox & Friends on Wednesday, the Fox Nation host spoke out after a group of Baltimore middle and high school students booed the first lady at a Be Best event focused on the dangers of opioids.
“Can you imagine if this were Michelle Obama?” she asked. “But because this is Melania Trump people feel as though they get a pass and it’s absolutely wrong. It’s despicable. Young people need to learn a lesson in this country. You just respect people,” she said.
“She should be, if you see what she brings as a naturalized citizen, as an international model, she should be on more covers than Jennifer Aniston, but she’s virtually ignored,” said Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade.
Kilmeade went on to commend the first lady for not reacting to the crowd at the B’More Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness. “She’s booed on stage knowing that every camera is there, but instead of speeding up and getting rattled, she keeps her calm, stays composed,” he said.
Following the event, Melania Trump issued a statement.
“We live in a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the fact is we have a serious crisis in our country and I remain committed to educating children on the dangers and deadly consequences of drug abuse,” the statement said.
Lahren felt the students’ behavior was a sign of a bigger issue in America. [Yahoo News]
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