• Melania Trump called a group of first grade students via Zoom on her Be Best campaign’s anniversary
  • The students wrote thank you notes for the FLOTUS
  • Donald Trump’s wife said she’s addressing the mental hardships and safety issues affecting the children and their families amid the pandemic

Melania Trump received warm messages from some kids when she called them via Zoom on her Be Best campaign’s anniversary.

The First Lady of the United States started her Be Best initiative on May 7, 2018, with the goal of helping kids manage the various issues they are facing today. It also encourages positive social, emotional and physical habits.

Earlier this month, Trump’s Be Best initiative celebrated its second anniversary. Jenn Horton, a first grade teacher, shared a video of some kids with their thank you notes for the FLOTUS. The clip was uploaded on YouTube and it’s entitled “Thank You Mrs. Trump.”

“A special thank you to @FLOTUS from my 1st grade students for taking the time Zoom with us on her #BeBest Anniversary! Mrs. Trump, thank you for the kindness and compassion you showed to my students, it was an honor to have you join us!" Horton wrote on Twitter.

Trump retweeted the post on her account and it was flooded with warm comments from her supporters.

“Thank you for showing kindness and compassion back to our @FLOTUS. The joy in the children’s faces show you are a wonderful teacher. God Bless,” @ValerSchroeder wrote.

“Melania is the most compassionate and best FLOTUS ever! #BeBest !” @tedsfo1 commented.

“Thank you Jenn for your tweet about FLOTUS. She is in a class of her own and we are so lucky to have her,” Bookie opined.

“Being kind and compassionate comes so easy to Melania. It’s just WHO she is!!” @seeker_kingdom added.

Meanwhile, Melania’s critics dismissed the message in the video. Some of them slammed the FLOTUS and even questioned her campaign.

“Really be best? Best what? I'm starting a ‘be gone’ program for the tRumps can't wait to implement it,” @AllisonMigdal1 wrote.

“Brainwashing the next generation,” @Nevva84 added.

Melania has been supporting various efforts against the coronavirus outbreak. In another post on Twitter, she announced that she would be addressing the mental hardship and safety issues that affect the children and their families amid the pandemic. As usual, the post received mixed reactions from her supporters and critics.

FLOTUS Melania Trump visits military children
First Lady Melania Trump interacts with Ilana Jordan, an Imagine Andrews student, at the youth center on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Sept. 15, 2017. The facility offers various programs such as before and after school care, social recreation, sports and fitness and instructional programs for more than 800 children. Photo by Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter/U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter/U.S. Air Force