Melania Trump Accused of Plagiarism Over New Initiative Pamphlet

We don't always hear too much about First Lady Melania Trump. All we see are photos and videos of her standing next to her husband, looking awkward with him. The last thing I heard of was how she decorated a hall in the White House for Christmas, which, came out looking a bit creepy. Well, she has decided to start something on her own. She announced her initiative, Be Best, which, promotes online safety for kids. But there is a problem. TMZ reports, the First Lady is accused of plagiarizing material from Obama's administration. The pamphlet that was attached to her initiative is said to look almost identical to that of Obama's from 2014. Even the text is said to be the same. The website initially said the material was written "by First Lady Melania Trump and the Federal Trade Commission.  saying she agreed to add Be Best branding and distribute the booklet. But after the pamphlets were compared to each other, it's been changed to "a Federal Trade Commission booklet, promoted by First Lady Melania Trump." I just cannot with this administration. Remember when she basically stole former First Lady Michelle Obama's DNC speech? You know someone is probably trying to sabotage this woman on purposte. 



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