The First Lady of the United States just realized what the word bully means. And that’s not good for her husband, Donald J. Trump.
Washington DC – First Lady Melania Trump is waking up angry and the President is in hot water. Sources say her vocabulary grew in size recently. While a new word wasn’t added to her lexicon, an old word gained its proper meaning.
“Sure, I told her what the word bully really means,” states longtime friend Andrew Kanard. “She thought it meant prankster.“
It suddenly all made sense. She was born in Slovenia and English isn’t her first language. It was her husband who first told her the incorrect definition of bully.
Melania, bully is a word for a jokester. You’re gonna hear a lot of people say I’m a bully. I’m the best bully ever. – Donald J. Trump
Friends of Melania say she is not happy being played for an idiot.
Melania’s Be Best initiative has many facets to it. Fighting opioid abuse is one. Another goal is to foster positive behavior online:
When children learn positive online behaviors early-on, social media can be used in productive ways and can effect positive change. Mrs. Trump believes that children should be both seen and heard, and it is our responsibility as adults to educate and reinforce to them that when they are using their voices—whether verbally or online—they must choose their words wisely and speak with respect and compassion.
She’s married to the world’s biggest online bully. And that doesn’t mean the world is laughing at his hijinks.
Rather, she is part of the Donald Trump cruelty industrial-complex. She is complicit in his bullying while admonishing children to “choose their words wisely and speak with respect and compassion.”
Andrew Kanard is worried. He’s worried for the President of the United States.
“We Slovenians have a history for cutting b*tches,” he said. “However, she’s high class and simply slitting the President’s throat doesn’t have any poetry to it. What I can say is the longer she waits to exact revenge the more painful and spectacular it’s going to be.”
In the meantime, she is planning to use her husband’s tweets to teach children how not to behave — online or off. Perhaps she can make up for some of the damage she helped cause.
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