Melania Trump, Betsy DeVos to denounce bullying in MI school visit

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The First Lady was in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan Monday morning with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visiting a middle school to kick off the "Week of Inclusion", which is part of National Bullying Prevention Month.

First lady Melania Trump chat with children as she visits American International School of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 21, 2017. “Ask them what they like, what their hobbies are so nobody becomes sad or stressed, and everybody feels included.”. "I think it's important that we choose kindness and compassion".

"I encourage you to find a new friend", the first lady told the children.

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As the Detroit Free Press details, Trump and DeVos "spent time talking to numerous students who were in the [school] cafeteria, taking selfies with them and posing for pictures". According to her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham,"Mrs. Trump is independent and acts independently from her husband". Later, they visited a classroom and talked to students about the value of inclusion.

All I can say is: Best of luck to the kiddos trying to survive a uniquely awful Monday in middle school.

"As adults we are not merely responsible, we are accountable", Trump said during a speech given to the UN General Assembly in September.

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How did the school react to her visit?

Donald Trump's detractors may label him one of the world's most powerful bullies, but that did not discourage America's first lady from championing the fight against bullying at a Detroit area school yesterday.

Borders said the political affiliation, whether people were liberal or conservative, didn't matter. Borders asked, the Free Press reported.

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