Melania Trump on #MeToo: Accusers Need to Show Evidence of Assault

Melania Trump on #MeToo: Accusers Need to Show Evidence of Assault

Trump also gave her thoughts on #MeToo, which seemed to boil down to supporting women when their claims can be backed by evidence.

I can't help but wonder what kind of hate speech her supporters might unleash on me for asking a few pointed questions.

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

"I do stand with women", she insisted. "One of them. If you really see what people are saying about me". "We need to educate the children [about] social, emotional behavior".

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. The first lady has been travelling on a solo trip around Africa, promoting her Be Best initiative, which raises awareness about online bullying. Twitter users aren't feeling so sympathetic.

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Three individuals were arrested, according to UFC president Dana White, but were released when McGregor declined to press charges. Though not near the three million buys he had spoken about before the fight, he did say the numbers are "way over two million".

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

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

"When she threw down that gauntlet, I've decided not to care about anything she says from now on, what she wears, what she does, what she says", added Brown. Susan Collins (R-ME), who had defended America's founding principles of due process and the presumption of innocence. Sexual assault survivors have objected to her comments that she supports women, but "also men", and that women who report assaults need to be able to show evidence. We need to support them.

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

The ABC News special, "Being Melania", airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET.

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