Melania Trump’s National #ReadABookDay Tweet Draws Mixed Reactions from Social Media

By Erica Abbott

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First Lady Melania Trump celebrated National Read A Book Day with a tweet that caught the attention of many on social media Wednesday. The FLOTUS encouraged her followers to read a book and expand their minds to the mark the occasion, which is observed annually on Sept. 6.

“On National #ReadABookDay I encourage everyone to read a book,” the first lady tweeted Wednesday morning. “Let every page educate you & take you on an exciting journey!” AOL reports that several people supported the FLOTUS’ tweet and commended her message. One person even shared that they had just finished reading President Donald Trump’s “The Art of the Deal.”

On National #ReadABookDay I encourage everyone to read a book. Let every page educate you & take you on an exciting journey!

— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) September 6, 2017

Many, on the other hand, cheekily suggested that she and her husband take the tweet to heart—offering a plethora of reading suggestions, including the Constitution, Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and science books. Additionally, NextGen America suggested that the president read books written for and about undocumented immigrants following yesterday’s decision to rescind the DACA program.

Others, meanwhile, questioned what Trump was reading at the moment, pointing to a report that claimed he “does not read books.” Maggie Haberman alleged that Trump ended his evenings by watching television. Trump’s “The Art of the Deal” ghostwriter Tony Schwartz also said last year, “I seriously doubt that Trump has ever read a book straight through in his adult life.”

See how social media responded to the first lady’s #ReadABookDay tweet below:

Social Media Reacts to Melania Trump’s Tweet about National Read A Book Day

Oh that’s sweet. I wonder what Melania is reading to Donny tonight? https://t.co/Bgzgqd01Ms

— Emily Brandwin (@CIAspygirl) September 6, 2017

I’d start with the constitution. https://t.co/t78ibJQOfm

— Katrina Kamradt (@KatrinaAKL) September 6, 2017

She might want to start by encouraging her husband to read a novel. Word has it fiction increases empathy for others. https://t.co/BeOwrMVQy6

— Sophie Vershbow (@svershbow) September 6, 2017

Book suggestions: The Constitution, Online Bullying and How To Apply for a Legal Work Permit without a Rich Husband. #ReadABookDay https://t.co/bjeJTZYaoN

— Bros4America (@Bros4America) September 6, 2017

Make sure your husband reads something that isn’t a white nationalist Twitter account.

— George Peterson (@petersongeorged) September 6, 2017

Great message especially for our children! Reading opens the door to a world of knowledge allowing us to make informed decisions & choices! https://t.co/qgQOIcD5G8

— Luv America (@Brainykid2010) September 6, 2017

Just read “The Art of the Deal” by yours truly @realDonaldTrump great book!

— Logan (@AlwaysFillmon) September 6, 2017

This is a very good thought, well done

— T.. Azze7M✨ (@TAzze4m) September 6, 2017

Is there a book I can read about preventing cyberbullying, Go to the full article.

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