Melania Trump says women accusing men of sexual abuse should show evidence

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In the ABC interview she also said women alleging they have been sexually abused "need to have really hard evidence".

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump, take part in the 95th Annual National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at the Ellipse near the White House, in Washington on November 30, 2017.

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

Hostin said it just seemed like the first lady "doesn't have friends", as any good BFF would tell her that accessory had to go. "You cannot just say to somebody I was sexually assaulted".

Many are pointing out how her predecessor, Michelle Obama, was subject to plenty of racist remarks during her time in office and we didn't hear a peep from her.

The revelation came when Llamas asked Trump what surprised her about being First Lady.

After describing how she was being blackballed, when Llamas asked her to name names she said: "I would not talk about it, they know who they are". She said the personal connection is one reason that led her to focus on educating children on best practices for social media and online behavior.

Asked if some untrustworthy people still work in the White House, she said, "Yes".

Llamas pressed and the first lady clarified by adding, "one of" the most bullied people. "I don't want to put them out in front of the world, but they know who they are".

"I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world".

Foreign types with the hookah pipes say: 'I do stand with women but we need to show the evidence.

He said he has "great people right now working". So what exactly are people saying that makes the First Lady feel so excessively persecuted?

The full interview will air Friday.