• Hillary Clinton made a savaged swipe at Melania Trump
  • Hillary Clinton is questioning Melania Trump's cyberbullying campaign
  • Critics are skeptical when it comes to Melania Trump's Be Best initiative 

Hillary Clinton took a shocking swipe at Melania Trump and her Be Best initiative.

During her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” the former presidential candidate participated in the Plead the Fifth segment, where the host asked her three short questions.

One of Cohen’s questions had to do with the FLOTUS’s cyberbullying initiative.

“I think she should look closer to home,” Clinton said.

The short but cryptic response was presumably made in reference to the first lady’s husband, Donald Trump, who has been dubbed as one of the biggest bullies on social media.

Trump is known for attacking and targeting his enemies by insulting them and giving them offensive nicknames. For instance, he has been referring to Mike Bloomberg as Mini Mike because he thinks that the latter is short.

According to Political Flare, Clinton isn’t the only person who has criticized the FLOTUS’s Be Best initiative. Critics have claimed that the campaign holds an element of hypocrisy for attempting to champion the fight against online safety while turning a blind eye to her husband’s affinity for hurling insults on social media.

Last year, the POTUS shockingly lashed out at TIME magazine and Greta Thunberg after the 17-year-old was named as the publication’s “Person of the Year.” It became evident that Trump wanted to be given the recognition, and he was upset when he didn’t get it.

Two years ago. the first lady admitted that she is aware of the skepticism that people have when it comes to her initiative.

“I have been criticized for my commitment to tackling this issue and I know that will continue, but it will not stop me from doing what I know is right. I am here with one goal: helping children and our next generation, ” she said.

At that time, “Free, Melania” author Kate Bennett praised Melania for being very self-aware.

Hillary Clinton received an honorary doctorate from Queen's University Belfast in October 2018
Hillary Clinton received an honorary doctorate from Queen's University Belfast in October 2018. AFP/Don Emmert