Melania Trump says she might be 'the most bullied person'

Melania Trump says she might be 'the most bullied person'

Melania Trump says she might be 'the most bullied person'

In a teaser clip shared by the network, she said: 'I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world'.

In a preview shared online, Trump said that if someone accuses "of something", such as sexual harassment, assault, or rape, they "need to have really hard evidence".

During her recent visit to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya, the first lady was criticized online for wearing a white pith helmet - the style of which has historical connotations to colonial rule in Africa.

"I didn't know people in Washington, and now I know everybody", he said. "You cannot just say to somebody I was sexually assaulted".

First lady Melania Trump said she is among the "most bullied" people in the world.

Melania Trump says bullying is one of the issues she's using her First Lady platform to address.

Llamas, seeming surprised by her answer, then followed up by saying, "You think you're the most bullied person?"

Meghan McCain said there's a bit of a gray area when discussing assault, pointing to #MeToo founder Tarana Burke saying, "When we say believe survivors, it's not believe them without investigation".

Llamas responded by asking if Trump felt that men accused have been treated unfairly as a result of the #MeToo movement.

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

Asked if some untrustworthy people still work in the White House, she said, "Yes". Looking through Twitter, you can always find people mocking Melania for her accent or modeling career, and some of that could very well be called bullying. Susan Collins (R-ME), who had defended America's founding principles of due process and the presumption of innocence. "We need to support them and also men, not just women".

During the 2016 election, Melania dismissed the accusations of sexual misconduct against her husband as political hit jobs.

The full interview, titled "Being Melania", will air tomorrow as an ABC special at 10pm EST (3am BST on Saturday).

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