Melania Trump Vows to Fight Cyber Bullying If She Becomes First Lady - Will She Start With Donald?

She is also being accused of plagiarizing part of her recent campaign speech and taking words from Trump's ex-wife.

Donald Trump’s wife has vowed to fight cyber bullying should she become first lady after Tuesday's election.

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Melania Trump made the declaration Thursday in her first campaign speech since her hotly contested RNC remarks.

Our culture has become too mean and too rough, especially to children and teenagers,” Trump said at a rally in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. “We have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other.”

Twitter went off on Melania following the comment, citing her husband as a cyber bully due to his years of using the microblogging site to trash opponents and those who have spoken out against him.

Hey, Melania Trump, let me introduce you to Donald Trump & all the people, places & things he's insulted since declaring. #bully #bullying

— Alamo_on_the_rise (@AlamoOnTheRise) November 3, 2016

Melania Trump speaks out against #cyberbullying. Next Ronald McDonald speaks out against childhood obesity. #Election2016

— Allison Hawn (@AllisonHawn) November 3, 2016

If Melania Trump wants to combat cyber bullying on social media, she should start by changing the password to her husband’s Twitter account.

— Sean Simons (@seanrsimons) November 3, 2016

Melania is also under fire for plagiarizing Thursday’s campaign speech and lifting words from — of all people — her husband’s ex-wife, Marla Maples.

Yair Rosenberg, senior writer at Tablet Magazine, first raised the question.

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He claims that Melania took the phrase, “if you could dream it, you could become it,” a line once used by Maples. Melania was speaking her experience as an immigrant building a new life in the United States when she used the phrase.

Medieval literary historian & connoisseur of misquotes @yonibrander explains why Melania mangling the famous quote shows where she got it:

— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) November 3, 2016 has reached out to the Trump campaign for comment.

Trump tweeted a photo watching the speech on his campaign plane and applauded Melania at a rally in North Carolina, saying: “She did a great job” and that she was “very brave.”

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