Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

12 October, 2018, 05:14 | Author: Donna Miller
  • Melania Trump to tell all in 'no-questions-off-limits' interview

First lady Melania Trump said victims who make accusations of sexual misconduct "need to have really hard evidence" in a recently taped interview, echoing a statement she made in October 2016 amid allegations against her husband.

"You need to have really hard evidence, that, you know, if you accuse of something, show the evidence", Trump said.

"I do stand with women but we need to show the evidence", she said.

Check out the full clip above.

The first portion of the interview was aired on Good Morning America on Wednesday morning.

With her white pith helmet - which many critics blasted as "colonialist" - perched on a nearby table, FLOTUS fielded the reporter's questions about whether she backs the #MeToo movement.

Trump explains, "I could say I'm the most bullied person [in] the world".

In the interview, which airs Friday, she says she wakes up and is bombarded with messages.

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President Trump said he agrees with the first lady's comments to ABC News that there are still officials in his administration that he can't trust, and said he's actively working to "weed them out".

Llamas asked the first lady.

When asked about her husband running for re-election, Melania shares, "I believe that my husband is doing an incredible job for this nation and I want the American people to have success, so whatever he will decide I will support him".

She adds of her initiative, "We need to educate the children of social-emotional behaviour, so when they grow up, they know how to deal with those issues".

President Trump slammed the essay on Twitter as "gutless" before sending out a single-word message: "TREASON?"

Asked whether there are still people in the administration she can not trust, Trump said yes.

Melania appears relaxed, agreeing with the interviewer that she had no preconditions with the interview.

Oh, that reminds me-Speaking of bullied people, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford still isn't able to return to her home. I don't support either, but if we're going to talk about people who have been bullied based on their appearance or their perceived "un-Americanness", I don't think Melania can put herself anywhere near the top of that list.

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