Melania Trump's "Be Best" Booklet Accused Of Plagiarizing Obama-Era Text
Melanie Trump recently unveiled an initiative to help Americans become healthier and more secure, which also included an adjoining publication that seems all too familiar.
The text and graphics used for Trump's Be Best booklet are nearly identical to those found in the previous edition, which was manifested during Barack Obama's presidency. The safety book is described as being helmed by "Melania Trump and the Federal Trade Commission."
After some people began to notice the similarities, they effectively took to social media to elucidate the very familiar prose. As a result, the booklet is now being recognized as a "Federal Trade Commission booklet, promoted by First Lady Melania Trump."
The "Be Best" initiative aims to promote healthier living, positive use social media, as well as combatting the current opioid crisis. Trump notes how "social media can both positively and negatively affect our children, but too ten it is used in negative ways."
Ironically, Donald Trump has been accused cyber-bullying multiple times in the past, especially over Twitter.