First lady Melania Trump took a moment in her Republican National Convention speech to speak directly to parents about social media and "the downside of technology."
In 2018, Trump unveiled her formal platform: "Be Best," a three-pillar initiative aimed at issues facing children: well-being, social media and opioid abuse.
In what she described as "a special message for the mothers of this country," Trump went on to talk about the challenges children face when navigating social media.
"This modern world is moving so fast. And our children face challenges that seem to change every few months. Just like me, I know many of you watch how mean and manipulating social media can be and I'm sure like me, many are looking for answers about how to talk to your children about the downside of technology and their relationships with their peers," she said.
Trump continued: "Like every parent in this country, I feel there are so many lessons to teach our son. And the responsibilities as his mother but there's just not enough hours in the day to do it all. I remind myself that I'm more fortunate than most and still have days that I look for wisdom and strength to the very best I can for him."
"To mothers and parents everywhere, you are warriors," she said.
Trump then vowed that her husband "will not stop fighting for you and your families."