Hillary on Melania Trump's Cyberbullying Initiative: 'She Should Look Closer to Home'
Failed Presidential candidate takes jab at First Lady
Hillary Clinton took shots at first lady Melania Trump’s “Be Best” initiative, saying she should focus on her husband's behavior.
During an appearance, Thursday on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, the twice-failed presidential candidate was asked about Trump’s "be best" initiative, which focuses on the well-being of children, opioid abuse, and cyberbullying.
“What do you honestly think of first lady Melania Trump’s cyberbullying initiative?” host Andy Cohen asked.
“I think she should look closer to home,” Clinton replied.
But Clinton's potshots at trying to point out irony were not thought through, as she herself was ironically selected as a keynote speaker at a summit on cybersecurity.
Clinton, who famously used an unsecured private server for classified emails, gave a keynote speech at its annual summit in Washington, D.C., in October.
As the Daily Caller reported, Clinton had plenty to talk about at the summit.
The private email server that Clinton used while at the State Department contained thousands of emails that contained classified information, including some at the top-secret level.
Clinton was widely ridiculed during the campaign when she was asked whether she deleted any of the emails from her server.
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Last year, the First Lady gave a speech highlighting the opioid epidemic in America, to a mixed reaction that saw her met with boos from some of the audience.
Mrs. Trump’s speech noted the efforts of the Trump administration tackling the opioid crisis.
“I am in this fight with you, and I am fighting for you,” Mrs. Trump said.
“Promoting education and awareness on these issues will always be one of my top priorities."
"I am in this fight with you, and I am fighting for you," she added.