US First Lady Melania Trump has been caught up in another plagiarism row, following the launch of her new online safety for children campaign on Monday.
A booklet put out by Mrs Trump bore a striking resemblance to one published under the Obama administration, according to BBC report.
The text and graphics of the "Be Best" booklet were nearly identical to those in the previous edition.
In 2016 Mrs Trump was accused of plagiarising parts of a speech from a 2008 address by Michelle Obama.
After commentators picked up on very close similarities between the two speeches, Meredith McIver, a Trump administration staff member who wrote Mrs Trump's speech, admitted borrowing from Mrs Obama.
Mrs Trump's online safety booklet was initially billed on the initiative's website as being "by First Lady Melania Trump and the Federal Trade Commission".
After similarities to the Obama-era edition were picked up online, the text was revised to describe it as a "Federal Trade Commission booklet, promoted by First Lady Melania Trump".