EXCLUSIVE: The Trump administration on Tuesday is launching a safety pledge with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in an effort to prevent attacks from online predators and sex traffickers, as the nonprofit has seen “a dramatic increase” in reports of child sex exploitation since the coronavirus pandemic began.A White House official told Fox News that Attorney General Bill Barr, Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump, along with the NCMEC nonprofit, will launch the “Safety Pledge Campaign,” an initiative to combat online child exploitation. The official said that exploitation “often leads to the evil of child trafficking.”TRUMP ADMIN TO DIREST $35 MILLION IN GRANTS TOWARD HOUSING FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS The initiative, according to the official, aims to provide free resources to help parents, educators and other caregivers learn more about the risks that children face online and bring awareness to the dangers of child trafficking.“With an increased use of social media and gaming platforms while at home, there are more opportunities than ever for abusers to exploit children online,” Ivanka Trump said. “This administration is fighting to protect our children from online predators and traffickers at every turn.”The administration’s renewed focus on online

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