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Melania Trump celebrates one year of "Be Best"

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Melania Trump celebrates one year of 'Be Best'

Melania Trump celebrates one year of "Be Best"

With President Trump in attendance, first lady Melania Trump on Tuesday celebrated the one year anniversary of her "Be Best" campaign which focuses on combatting bullying and improving the health and well-being of children.

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Melania Trump celebrates one year of "Be Best"

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) With President Trump in attendance, first lady Melania Trump on Tuesday celebrated the one year anniversary of her "Be Best" campaign which focuses on combatting bullying and improving the health and well-being of children.

"I always said as a mother and First Lady, it concerns me that today's fast-paced and ever-connected world can make children less prepared to express or manage their emotions, causing them to turn to forms of destructive actions, such as bullying, unhealthy habits, risky online behavior, drug abuse and addiction, or even suicide," Ms. Trump said at the White House.

"As I said at my campaign launch a year ago, I'm here with one goal, which is to help children reach their full potential so they can grow up happy, healthy and contribute positively to society and the world." According to Whitehouse.gov, "Be Best" focuses on "three main pillars: well-being, social media use, and opioid abuse."




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