ALEXANDER: “We will hear from the First Lady in a moment, she is going to promote, among other things, good behavior among children. Part of this effort has to do with the cyber bullying right now. Does the President accept any responsibility for Americans’ skepticism that the First Lady from the White House would be speaking out against cyber bullying?
HUCKABEE SANDERS: “Look, this is something that is extremely important to the First Lady. I’m not going to get ahead of her announcement or her comments. In fact, I’m only going to take one last question because we have to make sure that we get there so nobody misses that. And the President will also be joining the First Lady at that event so we want to make sure everyone has a chance to tune in. Aisha, we will take your question last.”
ALEXANDER: “The question was about him, not her. We will wait to hear what she says, but does he accept responsibility for this climate that exists right now that there is a need to address an issue like cyber bullying?”
HUCKABEE SANDERS: “I think the idea that you are trying to blame cyber bullying on the President is kind of ridiculous. When it comes to kids, it’s something that has been problematic and something that we have seen over the last decade. The First Lady sees it to be an important issue and something that she wants to address, and she will do that here shortly.”