Hillary slams Melania Trump, asks her to look closer to home before launching cyberbullying scheme
This statement was an apparent dig at President Donald Trump who is known to have a way around things when it comes to social media
Hillary Clinton, who appeared in the latest episode of 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen', spilled some of the details about her personal life while not hesitating to dish out some personal thoughts on subject matters around her, including First Lady Melania Trump's initiative to curb cyberbullying.
During the interview, Cohen asked Clinton about her thoughts on Melania's cyberbullying campaign, "Be Best", which aims to help fight cyberbullying while also focusing on the well being of an individual. The first lady decided to start this initiative because she wanted to make sure that today's generation grew up in an environment that was positive and empowering.
While many people applauded this initiative, Clinton did not seem like a big fan. She hinted that it would be better for Melania to look closer to home before looking at things around her. This statement was an apparent dig at President Donald Trump who is known to have a way around things when it comes to social media.
There is no surprise that Trump has often used social media platforms to pass comments and statements that have often landed him in trouble. It seems like Clinton hinted that Melania should first keep a check on what her husband has been saying on the internet and then take into consideration how the world is around her.
Clinton also took a moment in this interview to shed light on if she has been talking to any of the Democratic candidates in this election. She hinted that she had been talking to a few of them, but made it clear that she and Bernie Sanders hadn't communicated at all.
Clinton also clarified that there were no grudges between them and the only reason she hadn't spoken to him was that she wasn't approached by him. Despite this, she revealed she would love to talk to anyone who approached her.