MELANIA ON #MeTOO: I Stand with Women, but 'We Need Evidence'


MELANIA ON #MeTOO: I Stand with Women, but 'We Need Evidence'

In the interview promoting her documentary "Being Melania - The First Lady", she said she wouldn't name names, but "they know who they are".

Melania Trump also tells ABC News that there are people from her husband's White House she does not trust.

In her upcoming interview with Tom Llamas of ABC, Melania Trump endorsed the #MeToo movement insofar as the accusers can produce "hard evidence" to support their claims.

As Llamas then questions her statement, the first lady insists: "One of them, if you really see what people are saying about me".

Even so, she insisted she is "enjoying" being First Lady. It doesn't bother me if they write about me because I know who I am.

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

"I support the women, and they need to be heard", Trump began.

Being Melania - The First Lady, airs at 10 p.m. Friday on ABC.

During her recent visit to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya, the first lady was criticized online for wearing a white pith helmet - the style of which has historical connotations to colonial rule in Africa. Some people talked about feeling shame, others said they wanted to forget the assault. "They don't bring people around that can say, 'This is not the right thing to do'".

And lastly, Llamas asks the third Mrs. Trump what the biggest misconception is about her.

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.



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