Melania Trump on #MeToo: Accusers Need to Show Evidence of Assault

Melania Trump on #MeToo: Accusers Need to Show Evidence of Assault

Melania Trump on #MeToo: Accusers Need to Show Evidence of Assault

Trump also said that she would support her husband - who has a long history of using Twitter to demean and belittle his opponents, sometimes using sexist language - if he wants to run for a second term as USA president.

The first lady also revealed that there are people in the White House that she and the president can't trust. "That's very important", she said. She didn't name names but said she let her husband know about them.

ABC teased a trailer of the interview with chief national affairs correspondent Tom Llamas declaring: "You did agree to this interview, to your credit, with no preconditions".

"I do stand with women", she insisted.

"You can not just say to somebody". The way they portray some stories, it's not correct.

"I give him my honest advice and honest opinions, and then he does what he wants to do", she said. "We need to support them, and also men, not just women".

'I feel they are choosing the politics over helping others'.

When asked if men accused of sexual assault have been treated unfairly, Melania said women "need to have really hard evidence".

The interviewer asked her about her personal experience with bullying.

"I didn't know people in Washington, and now I know everybody", he said.

A portion of the interview aired Thursday on Good Morning America. "Has this put a strain on your marriage?"

She is also set to speak about the infamous Zara jacket emblazoned with the words 'I really don't care, do u?' that she wore to meet migrant children who had been separated from their families. Oh, that reminds me-Speaking of bullied people, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford still isn't able to return to her home.

Related news

[an error occurred while processing the directive]