Melania Trump is being widely mocked on Twitter after she asked students to “think about what you wish to accomplish this year” on their return to school.
“You have so much power in your individual voices. Will you strive to #BeBest?” wrote the first lady, referencing her “Be Best” campaign that aims to improve the lives of children.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) September 4, 2018
Her question did not go over well, as hundreds of people on Tiwtter suggested the main thing they wanted to accomplish this year was the removal of her husband, Donald Trump, from office, amongst other things:
Shame on you for supporting your husband for president knowing very well he’s mentally incapacitated. Your greed knows no bounds. Bob Woodward is helping save the country.
— B-Magic 💪🌸 (@Brasilmagic) September 5, 2018
— LMlove🌬🌊 (@LMLoveExists) September 5, 2018
This year I want to see the president removed from office!
— Jim M (@JimMNewYork) September 4, 2018
You are right about students having the power to change the world. My 18 year old registered to vote in order to cast her ballot for Dems & anyone else opposing your moronic husband. You & @POTUS need to leave WH, which make it a VERY good year!
— Jennifer Weed (@JennyLW123) September 5, 2018
You’re an illegal immigrant, Barron is an anchor baby, and your husband is a false POTUS with syphilis for brains. Maybe you should start at home with your #Bebest bullsh!t.
— James Henry Smith (@henryknox1789) September 5, 2018
First of all, Be Best is grammatically incorrect, so students should discount anything you have to say about their learning on that account alone. Second, stop trying to be something you are not: a person capable of inspiring our children of anything worthwhile.
— Tara Smith (@tara_smith5) September 5, 2018
— G®️EG (@GregGooseFTL) September 5, 2018