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

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

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

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

First Lady Melania Trump has declared that she believes herself to be one of the world's most bullied people. "You don't need corroborating evidence". Some people talked about feeling shame, others said they wanted to forget the assault.

She also was asked about her choice of jacket while visiting children at a Texas migrant detention center in June that sparked controversy with the words "I REALLY DON'T CARE DO U?" written on the back.

And she said that women who allege sexual abuse must produce "really hard evidence". The FLOTUS also tacitly endorsed her husband and stepsons' call to support accused men as well.

At least 19 women have said Trump's husband, President Donald Trump, has committed some sort of sexual misconduct against them, including instances of sexual harassment and assault.

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First lady Melania Trump, in a revealing interview, said she is among the "most bullied" people in the world and declared President Trump can't trust certain White House staffers.

US First Lady Melania Trump says she supports women who came forward with sexual assault claims.

Many Twitter users didn't respond to her with much sympathy.

Trump made the remark in a television interview with ABC News, which aired on Thursday.

Facing a backlash, Melania said: "I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear". "They don't bring people around that can say, 'This is not the right thing to do'".

Mrs. Trump's full interview, conducted on her recent trip to Africa, is set to air Friday on ABC.

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