• Melania Trump revealed she was 'inspired' after dropping by a government school in South Delhi  to witness the 'Happiness Class' during her two-day India visit
  • Netizens lambasted President Donald Trump's wife after claiming that 'Be Best' principles are not limited to the United States
  • Melania Trump attended a reception for Black History Month a day after she returned from her recent trip to India

Melania Trump has been working closely with various charities and humanitarian organizations since she assumed the role of First Lady of the United States from Michelle Obama in 2017. The wife of President Donald Trump even launched the “Be Best” campaign on May 7, 2018. Recently, the FLOTUS dropped by a government school in South Delhi to witness a so-called “Happiness Class” and learn how the program is being implemented.

On Friday, Melania shared some photos of her, alongside some Indian students, during her two-day visit to India on Twitter. The mom of Barron Trump revealed how the trip stirred her. “I was inspired by the “Reading Classroom” & “Happiness Curriculum” programs at Sarvodaya School in New Delhi. Wonderful to see the principles of #BeBest are not just limited to the U.S., and can be found throughout the world,” the FLOTUS wrote.

As per usual, Melania Trump’s post was met with mixed reactions from netizens. Critics of the former model were quick to lambast her online. “Too funny! The #BeBest program is a failure at best,” Pankaj Ramani said. “Irrelevant golddigger visits India...” Sander Verboog penned in the comment section. “Don’t care one friggin bit !!!!” a third netizen shared.

There are, also, a few who took to opportunity to attack President Donald Trump. “You should have brought your child @realDonaldTrump to the reading room. Lord knows he needs help in that area,” Dan Lindsey stated. “Maybe you can ENROLL Donald so he can some manners and some class instead of being some trash,” Aaron Davis added. “Your “be best” isn’t working. Children are bullying in mass numbers now in school, thanks to your husband’s bullying. Watch real news once in a while,” Patricia Slagh went on. The FLOTUS has yet to comment on these harsh remarks.

Fortunately, Melania Trump’s supporters are there to give love and offer kind words for her. “Awe! They are so adorable with those big blue bows in their hair! Teachers have beautiful clothing! What a wonderful experience!” one Twitter user wrote. “Thanku so so much for coming in our country mam!! It was a great great pleasure for us !! We indians love and respect United states and it's citizens as well!It is the culture of india that whole world is like a family!You are also a family member of us !! Welcome and come again!” Manoj Sharma said. “Thank you for your visit to India and praising its beauty. Hope you got the best hospitality in my country! Sending love you and all Americans from the great land,” Fahmida Dani shared.

Meanwhile, Melania Trump opted for a classic look when she joined President Donald Trump during a reception to celebrate Black History Month at the White House on Thursday. Devoted supporters of the FLOTUS praised her for wearing a casual black midi dress and a pair of stilettos.

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