Melania discusses Trump's alleged infidelities

Carla Harmon
October 12, 2018

"But I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true", she said, adding that the first couple's marriage is solid.

In an interview with ABC News, excerpts of which were broadcast early Friday, the U.S. first lady did not deny her husband's alleged history of philandering.

The president has denied alleged infidelities, such as the one alleged by adult film star Stormy Daniels.

"Yes, we are fine", she said of her marriage.

The usually private first lady, who has refrained from responding publicly to repeated allegations of her husband's infidelity, which he's denied, opened up to Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas in an exclusive interview during her recent tour through Africa - her first solo global trip as first lady.

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".

Asked why Giuliani would say that, she said: "I don't know".

She answered: 'It is not a concern and focus of mine.

In an interview with ABC News, Melania discussed social media and the reasons why she's so passionate about focusing her efforts on ending cyberbullying.

Llamas then asked, "Have you been hurt, though?" It is what media is gossip. Trump has acknowledged reimbursing Cohen but denied the affair. When asked why he made that claim, she responded, "I don't know".

Melania Trump has claimed she doesn't care about rumors that Donald cheated with multiple women behind her back.

Dressed in stretch jodhpurs with a pith helmet at her side - which drew criticism as a symbol of Europe's colonial occupation of the continent - Trump gave a wry smile when asked about comments about her marriage from the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani. "It's not always correct stuff".

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