When he's not too busy trying to grab women by the p***y, Donald Trump can be found honing is insults on twitter. "Bimbo," "nasty woman," "fat," "dog," and "slob" are just a few the words Trump has hurled at women and his opponent Hillary Clinton throughout the past 18 months in his run to the White House.
These comments seem to have been lost on Trump's own wife though, who recently said her mission as First Lady would be to improve a social media culture riddled with insults that are "too mean and too tough" and based on "looks and intelligence".
In a appearance in Philadelphia, Melania discussed her vision for her role in the White House, criticizing the way the election quickly turned into an ugly hailstorm of insults, name calling and bullying.
"It is never OK when a 12-year-old girl or boy is mocked, bullied or attacked. It is terrible when it happens on the playground, and it is absolutely unacceptable when it is done by someone with no name hiding on the internet. We have to find a better way to talk to each other," Melania said to a crowd of supporters.
"We must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media," she said. "It will be one of the main focuses of my work, if I am privileged enough to become your first lady."
What she didn't do? Make any mention of the Twitter activities her husband, Donald Trump, has received so much of his criticism for. For years the GOP candidate has relentlessly attacked women, journalists, critics, entertainers and politicians demeaning them with comments based on their appearances and intelligence.
Just this past March, Trump wrongly accused former political foe Ted Cruz for publicizing nude photographs of his wife Melania in a campaign ad. He lashed out with a tweet of Cruz’s wife Heidi in contrast to his own wife and and threatened to ‘spill the beans’ on her.
Cruz vowed never to support Trump in the election and many people were riled up, again, by Trump's cyberbullying attack on another woman.
Melania hasn't had a very public role on the campaign trail or a very successful one. Her speech at the Republican National Convention was torn apart for plagiarizing a speech initially delivered by Michelle Obama and has been criticized for interviews conducted by CNN and Harper's Bazaar. The only possible reason for these very public gaffes and this more recent speech packed with irony: Melania is either trolling us or she has been knocked out asleep throughout the entire race-- only for these speeches and appearances has she been jolted awake last minute to talk.
Can't blame her. We'd also try to sleep through an entire year if our husband was D Trump and running for C̶y̶b̶e̶r̶b̶u̶l̶l̶y̶ ̶ Commander-in-Chief.