Melania Trump might get away with plagiarizing Michelle Obama's speech, but don't try to pull such a stunt in school or college!
Michelle Obama has spent a great deal of her time as First Lady promoting healthy eating. The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, which was signed into law in 2010, allocated funding to provide more nutritious foods in schools and established new USDA guidelines.
And to thank her for her efforts, the kids are complaining.
Students across the country are posting pictures of the very unappetizing school lunches on Twitter with the hashtag "#ThanksMichelleObama." The trend seems to have re-emerged, as kids were doing this back in April of this year as well.
Healthy as they may be - some of the pictures posted on Twitter are pretty horrid looking.
It also seems to have morphed into a bit of a meme with everyone jumping in to share their "lunch."
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