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Melania Trump Shoots Back At Critics, Tells Them to "Do Something Good And Productive"

On Saturday, First Lady Melania Trump shot back at critics, telling them to do something "good and productive" instead of constantly bashing her and the Trump administration.
“I encourage everyone who chooses to be negative & question my work at the @WhiteHouse to take time and contribute something good & productive in their own communities. #BeBest,” she said in a tweet.

Check it out below:
The tweet from the First Lady comes after she received criticism from radical Democrats from an earlier tweet where she was sharing the progress on the new Tennis Pavillion at the White House.
“I am excited to share the progress of the Tennis Pavillion at @WhiteHouse. Thank you to the talented team for their hard work and dedication,” Melania Trump tweeted on Thursday.
The tweet received major backlash online from far-left liberals who didn't have anything better to do. 
Check out what the Daily Caller reported in relation to the historic roll of the First Lady:
Optics aside, the role of the first lady has traditionally been to oversee some of the social aspects of the president’s schedule and — since the tenure of Jackie Kennedy Onassis — to preserve the integrity and historical significance of the White House itself. While she can speak out on political issues, and many first ladies have, her day-to-day responsibilities are far removed from the issues her critics were suggesting she address.
The First Lady has been receiving criticism for no apparent reason in recent weeks. During an interview on Bravo, twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took a shot at Melania Trump as well as her husband, President Donald Trump.
The comments came while Clinton was speaking on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen where she was promoting her soon to be released Hulu documentary.
At one point during the show, Andy Cohen asked Clinton about her thoughts on Melania Trump's "Be Best" campaign. Instead of praising her for her anti-bullying plan, Clinton decided to hammer the First Couple.
“What do you honestly think of First Lady Melania Trump’s cyberbullying initiative?” Cohen questioned.
Clinton replied: “I think she should look closer to home;" a clear shot on Donald and Melania Trump.
Breitbart reports: "Melania Trump launched the “Be Best” campaign in 2018 as an advocacy program for youth. The White House initiative works to combat cyberbullying among young people. It also seeks to address opioid addiction among youth."
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