I don't trust the staff, says Melania Trump

I don't trust the staff, says Melania Trump

I don't trust the staff, says Melania Trump

President Trump said Thursday he believed the first lady's comments were true, adding that he believed many officials in government were going to be hostile because he first came to Washington as an outsider.

'I support the women and they need to be heard.

The first lady also tackled the #MeToo movement in the interview, suggesting that "a high-enough bar has not always been applied to judging accusations of sexual misconduct", as Newsweek reported.

'It's sad to see that organizations and foundations that I want to partner with chose not to because of the administration, ' says the First Lady. She thinks there are people there he can't trust, the first lady tells ABC News' Tom Llamas in a clip from an interview filmed during her trip to Africa.

Melania Trump says bullying is one of the issues she's using her First Lady platform to address.

She has been slammed previously for her sartorial choices, most notably in June when she wore a Zara jacket that read, "I really don't care, do u," while visiting immigrant children at the border with Mexico. Some of them apparently no longer work in the West Wing.

Mrs Trump also said there are people in the White House that she and President Donald Trump can not trust but added that some of them "don't work there any more". "Some people, they don't work there anymore", she insisted.

"I don't control my fans", Melania says, "but I don't agree with what they're doing". "I know some that I wish I didn't know".

Usually, her husband is the one making extravagant declarations but Melania is learning fast it seems.

When asked if men accused of sexual assault have been treated unfairly, Melania said women "need to have really hard evidence".

The full interview will air Friday.

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