First Lady  attacked a former pal who published a tell-all book by taking advantage of an unusual platform: the official White House website.

Trump’s starts off appearing to strike a lofty and universal tone: “As a country, we cannot continue to get lost in the noise of negativity and encourage ambition by those who seek only to promote themselves,” she wrote. 

“We all know that more often than not, information that could be helpful to children is lost in the noise made by self-serving adults,” she said, trying to relate the attack to her “Be Best” campaign. But the facade quickly crumbled, and the message became a screed against her former friend and adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff (though Trump never

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