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Melania Trump wears a Zara jacket with 'I REALLY DON'T CARE. DO U?' printed on it on her way to visit child migrants on the US-Mexico border

Countering the ‘Trump effect’ on school bullying

Every FLOTUS in recent history has had a main cause. Nancy Reagan's was 'Just Say No' to drugs. Barbara Bush's was literacy. Michelle Obama's was tackling childhood obesity. Currently, Melania Trump aims to stamp out cyberbullying. Many claim this is ironic considering her husband, President Trump, is known to bully people online, and, for that matter, in person. Other researchers have even noticed a 'Trump effect' in US schools since the President was elected in 2016, where incidences of bullying and incivility have risen.

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