Melania Trump: Women accusing men need to show 'really hard evidence'

Melania Trump: Women accusing men need to show 'really hard evidence'

Melania Trump: Women accusing men need to show 'really hard evidence'

Melania Trump said she is the most bullied person in the world.

Mr Trump followed up those comments with a speech at a rally in MS where he mocked Mr Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, for not having answers to some questions during her testimony. But, she said, it's hard for her to monitor entirely because "I'm so busy with my office I don't get involved with West Wing".

Yes, the First Lady really said this.

"I give him my honest advice and honest opinions, and then he does what he wants to do", she said.

"One of them, if you really see what people saying about me", Trump replied.

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Even though the first lady receives a lot of criticism on social media, her goal with her campaign is to encourage the children to be their best, using social media in positive and productive ways.

Many are pointing out how her predecessor, Michelle Obama, was subject to plenty of racist remarks during her time in office and we didn't hear a peep from her. So if people put a swastika on my face once this article comes out, will she denounce them? "Some people, they don't work there anymore", she insisted. During her visit to Kenya, Trump made time for an exclusive sit-down interview with ABC News' Tom Llamas, who wasted no time in pinning down her views.

"I feel like they're choosing politics over helping others", she told Llamas.

A preview aired on Tuesday also showed that the First Lady is asked about the state of her marriage and her husband's infidelity. Sexual assault survivors have objected to her comments that she supports women, but "also men", and that women who report assaults need to be able to show evidence.

ABC on Thursday released clips of the interview ahead of a longer piece set to air Friday.

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