WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Donna Rice Hughes, CEO/President of Enough Is Enough ® (EIE), whose mission is making the Internet safer for children and families, congratulates Donald J. Trump on winning the Presidency. Mr. Trump enthusiastically signed The Children's Internet Safety Presidential Pledge in July, prior to the GOP convention. EIE is a non-partisan, non-profit organization and does not endorse or oppose candidates for office. "Mr. Trump's leadership to uphold the rule of law by signing the Children's Internet Safety Presidential Pledge is historic and represents the first time in history a candidate has signed a pledge during the election process to defend the innocence and dignity of America's children by promising to enforce the existing federal laws and advancing public policies designed to prevent the sexual exploitation of children online" said Mrs. Hughes, a leading Internet safety pioneer, author, speaker, and Emmy-winning filmmaker. "Making the Internet safer for children and families is a critical step in making America safe again." "Internet safety is now the 4 th ranked health issue for U.S. children and is a bi-partisan unifying issue that requires a holistic multi-pronged strategy with a shared responsibility between the public, industry, and government. Governments can't parent and parents can't enforce the law. Parents alone cannot prevent Internet crimes against their children. Government must also do its part and enforce all the laws on the books, not just some of them" adds Mrs. Hughes. EIE will stand alongside and support President-Elect Trump as he fulfills his commitment to appoint an Attorney General, who will make the vigorous prosecution of the federal obscenity, child pornography, sexual predation, child trafficking laws and the Children's Internet Protection Act a top priority. The Pledge also includes provisions for the necessary resources and tools to prosecute such crimes, and calls for the establishment of public-private partnerships to step up voluntary efforts to reduce and prevent Internet crimes against children. Finally, the Pledge asks for consideration to appoint a Presidential Commission to examine the harmful public health impact of hard-core Internet pornography and the prevention of the sexual exploitation of children in the digital age.