Melania Trump: ‘There are people in the White House I don’t trust’

Melania Trump to tell all in 'no-questions-off-limits' interview

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First Lady Melania Trump's exclusive interview with ABC doesn't air until Friday, but viewers are already taking issue with comments the first lady made about sexual assault accusations, and the evidence supporting them.

The interview then goes on to ask the First Lady about her marriage to Donald Trump, his infidelity and the #MeToo movement that has swept through social media.

During the interview, Llamas also asked Trump if she has the most control over her husband's decisions of those in the White House.

Asked by interviewer Tom Llamas what she meant, Mrs Trump continued: 'One of them - if you really see what people are saying about me'.

Mrs Trump was interviewed during her recent Africa trip by TV network ABC, which aired portions on Good Morning America. "We need to educate the children [about] social, emotional behavior".

The first lady also revealed that there are people in the White House that she and the president can't trust. "I don't want to put them out in front of the world, but they know who they are". "You don't need corroborating evidence".

"I don't control my fans", Melania says, "but I don't agree with what they're doing". Trump is visiting Africa on her first big solo global trip.

But the first lady said accusers must back up their allegations with firm proof.

I do stand with women.

In another excerpt teased by ABC, the Flotus struck a conspiritorial tone after revealing she does not trust some members of her own husband's administration.

Melania Trump at that time, in 2016, told CNN's Anderson Cooper "every assault should be taken care of in a court of law".

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