Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

When asked if she supports the Me Too movement, Melania said she supports women who have come forward to speak about their negative sexual experiences. "I support the women and they need to be heard".

Llamas said that some people might take the first lady's statement to mean that she doesn't actually support women.

"We need to have a really hard evidence that if you're accused of something, show the evidence".

Mrs. Trump was interviewed on her Kenya trip by ABC, which aired portions Wednesday on "Good Morning America". "I was sexually assaulted" or 'You did that to me.' Because sometimes the media goes too far and the way they portray some stories, it's not correct.

"They need to be heard", she said.

The former supermodel also told the ABC News anchor that the "most surprising thing" about her role as first lady has been the number of humanitarian organizations that have refused to work with her because of the president's politics.

Llamas did not specifically ask about allegations against newly-sworn in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehavior ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault.

Kavanaugh's former schoolmate Dr Christine Blasey Ford claimed he'd tried to rape her during a house party during the early 1980s, and gave a tearful account of what she says happened to a Senate Judiciary Committee.

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