Melania Trump: Women accusing men should 'show the evidence'

Melania Trump: Women accusing men should 'show the evidence'

Melania Trump: Women accusing men should 'show the evidence'

Trump commented on the movement during a sit-down interview with ABC News reporter Tom Llama, who traveled with the first lady to Africa.

Trump says she gives her husband her "honest opinions" on individuals, with the result that "some people, they don't work there anymore", per CNN.

"Because sometimes the media goes too far and the way they portray some stories [that are] not correct".

The remainder of the interview is scheduled to air Friday night on ABC. She added that she supports women, and also men.

His latest pick for the US Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, saw his nomination almost go up in flames after a university research psychologist accused him of sexually assaulting her when they were teens.

In this October 6, 2018 photo, First lady Melania Trump pauses as she speaks to media during a visit to the historical Giza Pyramids site near Cairo, Egypt.

"And now you have the First Lady of the United States telling women everywhere your word is not enough?!" she exclaimed.

"I could say I'm the most bullied person on the world", she told Llamas.

Prior to that, The First Lady was seen discussing how hard her job has been in the White House when it comes to finding partners with for her Be Best initiative.

In the same interview, she also mentioned she doesn't trust everyone in her husband's administration, and has warned him to be cautious of his staff.

"This is a group of people that do not like people that know more than them", said Brown.

The special is called "Being Melania - The First Lady".

Not after Barack Obama faced endless conspiracy theories about his foreignness (perpetuated, by the way, by Melania's husband, to which she said nothing).

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