Melania Trump says she loves President Donald Trump and has "much more important things to think about" than allegations he cheated on her. She also appeared in a pre-taped interview with ABC News set to air on Friday.
Melania Trump, 48, has given her first solo interview in nearly a year; the star was interviewed without her husband Donald Trump.
The second alleged victim is Karen McDougal, who claimed she and Trump had a 10-month long affair at the dawn of his marriage to Melania. That one was too easy: "I don't know; you have to ask him", the First Lady replied.
Asked if she's been hurt by the allegations, Trump, after a brief pause, said, "It's not always pleasant, of course, but I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true or not true". But in her interview with ABC News, Trump said she never discussed the matter with Giuliani. This corroborates a statement that her spokesperson Stephanie Grisham released following an interview with the former NY mayor in June in which he said Melania didn't believe any of her husband's accusers.
Staying on the topic of Melania and Donald's marriage, the ABC journalist then asks her a very-much no-holes-barred question: "You mention you still have a good marriage, do you love your husband?" "She has no platform with experience".
The US first lady laughed after one of the elephants made a sudden move and she lost her footing. "It's not always correct stuff", she said.
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Khashoggi, a former Saudi government adviser, had been living in the United States since past year fearing arrest. The Washington Post , where Khashoggi had been a regular contributor over the past year, also demanded answers.
In a previously released clip from the same interview, the first lady told Llamas there are people close to the president she does not trust, and she "let him know".
Melania said the constant barrage of embarrassing stories in the previous year is "not always pleasant".
What are the alleged affairs?
She gave a surprise answer to why she chose to fight against cyber-bullying with her "Be Best" campaign. "It also makes them want to label her as a "victim" and as a 'prisoner" of Donald's. Will she move back to NY with their son Barron?
But when pressed by Llamas, she said there are still people working inside the White House she does not consider trustworthy.
Later Friday, the first lady's spokesperson Stephanie Grisham fired back the show and Brown.