Melania Trump Speaks: Accusers 'Need To Have Really Hard Evidence'

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

Donald Trump's politics kill Melania's aid partnerships, she tells ABC

Her husband is in the news calling a lie and a "hoax" Christine Blasey Ford's allegation she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in high school.

When asked what she found to be the most surprising thing about her position as first lady, Trump said she was disappointed to find associations that declined to collaborate with her. "We need to show the evidence".

The solo interview, "Being Melania: The First Lady", airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET on ABC News.

First lady Melania Trump says women who make accusations of sexual abuse "need to be heard" and supported, but so do men. "We need to support them, and you know, also men, not just women". "We need to support them, and also men, not just women", Melania Trump said in a preview of the sit-down shown on Good Morning America Wednesday.

"And I feel like they're choosing the politics over helping others".

She even threw a little shade to organizations she'd apparently like to work with, but don't want to associate with the Trump "administration".

Trump was away on a trip to Kenya last week as Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing took place.

"You can not just say to somebody ..." "You can not just say to somebody, I was sexually assaulted, or you did that to me, because sometimes the media goes too far".

During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehavior ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault. "It's not right", she added. He has called them all liars.

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