Melania: Some White House Staffers Aren't to Be Trusted

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In a preview shared online, Trump said that if someone accuses "of something", such as sexual harassment, assault, or rape, they "need to have really hard evidence".

She said she does not trust some people who have worked in the West Wing, and that she has given Mr Trump her "honest advice" about them.

Defending both men and women, Trump decried the media sensationalism when covering such delicate topics.

But when pressed by Llamas, she said there are still people working inside the White House she does not consider trustworthy.

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"You can not just say to somebody, "I was sexually assaulted, ' or, 'You did that to me". This week, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley announced she's leaving at the end of the year.

While away in Africa, Melania sat down with ABC News for an exclusive tell-all interview.

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Melania explained her goal for "Be Best" is to educate children using social media on "social emotional behavior so when they grow up they know how to deal with those issues". In Egypt, she told reporters that Kavanaugh was "highly qualified for the Supreme Court", but added that she was pleased that accuser Christine Blasey Ford "was heard". "I'm president.' I didn't know people in Washington".

The discussion started with the First Lady's remarks, which aired Wednesday on ABC, in which she stated women need to provide evidence to back up claims of sexual misconduct. "They don't bring people around that can say, 'This is not the right thing to do'".

Melania Trump has called herself the "most bullied person in the world", saying that it led her to setting up her anti-bullying campaign.

The First Lady's words echo that of Sen.

During the interview, Llamas also asked Trump if she has the most control over her husband's decisions of those in the White House. Susan Collins (R-ME), who had defended America's founding principles of due process and the presumption of innocence.

"Being Melania - The First Lady" airs on ABC on Friday (US time).

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