Melania’s anti-cyberbully initiative appears to be plagiarized

Credit: Left: Official White House Photo by Pete Souza Right: Win McNamee/Getty Images

On Monday, First Lady Melania Trump formally launched her anti-cyberbully initiative. For her initiative, she also released a booklet that is intended to “help kids act thoughtfully and kindly” online.

But some people seemed to notice that the booklet was an exact replica of a brochure from a 2014 Federal Trade Commission booklet from the Obama administration.

For example, The Rude Pundit pointed out that the booklet was “exactly the same thing Obama’s FTC put out, except for an intro.”

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This is not the first time Melania seemed to plagiarize something from the Obama administration.

For her 2016 address to the Republican National Convention, people noticed she plagiarized a good portion of her speech from a speech by Michelle Obama in 2008.

The White House has not commented on this yet.

Below are other people noticing similarities.






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