During the unveiling of "Be Best" on Monday, the first lady spoke about the children who have written to and met her during her time in the White House.
"Mrs. Trump wants to help the following generation by developing change as a result of awareness on a variety of issues that impact children".
First lady Melania Trump announced her agenda of personal initiatives Monday afternoon, which are centered on the well-being of American children.
The campaign will focus on the issues of well-being, social media and opioid abuse, she said.
The first lady made headlines for her compassionate reaction when one of the children accidentally spilled his drink. Though she has been somewhat reclusive during her time at the White House, the First Lady has visited hospitals across the globe and visited with families impacted by the opioid epidemic.
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Mrs. Trump on Monday unveiled her "Be Best" initiative to help children "cultivate their social and emotional health".
As well as in March, " Trump convened a group of leaders from various tech companies, like Twitter, face-book, Google and Snaphat, to chat about kids and online security, for example cyber bullying and positivity from social media.
The first lady formally launched her long-awaited initiative after more than a year of reading to children, learning about babies born addicted to drugs and hosting a White House conversation on cyberbullying. Trump confessed for the first time her aim to move forward with the topic, regardless of what could possibly be viewed as hypocrisy.
"Let us teach our children the difference between right and wrong, and encourage them to be best in their individual paths in life", she said. With those values as a solid foundation, children will be able to better deal with the evils of the opioid crisis and avoid negative social media interaction. Trump said the "Be Best" campaign will help to support families and children affected by the opioid epidemic, reduce the stigma of drug addiction across the country and bring awareness to programs and places now serving the issue like Lily's Place and the Cincinnati Children's hospital. "The First Lady sees it to be an important issue and something she wants to address".