Melania Trump speaks out about #MeToo movement: Accusers need 'really hard evidence'

Melania Trump to tell all in 'no-questions-off-limits' interview

Donald Trump's politics kill Melania's aid partnerships, she tells ABC

She also echoed her husband's criticism of the media.

First lady Melania Trump, rarely the subject of an independent interview, is expected to speak candidly in an interview airing Friday about her marriage, President Donald Trump's alleged infidelity, the #MeToo movement and the infamous "I don't care" jacket that made headlines around the world.

Melania Trump says her help is being shunned by aid organizations because they don't want to be associated with her husband's administration. "We need to support them and also men, not just women".

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

"We need to have really hard evidence that, if you are accused of something, show the evidence", Trump said.

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Vote.org said her message sparked an increase in voter registrations, particularly in her home state of Tennessee. The comment led President Trump to say he now liked Swifts music "25 percent" less .

Women who make accusations of sexual abuse must be heard and supported - but so too should men who face such allegations, according to Melania Trump.

The sit-down with ABC News' Tom Llamas, which happened while she toured Africa, was teased on Wednesday on Good Morning America.

During an impromptu briefing with press traveling with her in Egypt last week, Trump would not say if she believed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey-Ford. You can not just say to somebody, "I was sexually assaulted" or 'You did that to me, ' because sometimes the media goes too far in the way they portray some stories.

President Trump has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct and assault in the past. "They don't have any facts", she had said.

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