Melania Trump: Women who say they're victims 'need evidence'

Melania on #MeToo: ‘Need to have really hard evidence,’ because ‘sometimes the media goes too far’

Melania On #MeToo: We Should Support Men, ‘Not Just Women’

Clarifying her stance, she said: "I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence".

Addressing questions about her support for the #MeToo movement, Melania Trump said, "I do stand with women".

When asked what she found to be the most surprising thing about her position as first lady, Trump said she was disappointed to find associations that declined to collaborate with her.

The full interview with Melania Trump will air Friday, where she will discuss a variety of topics, including the infamous "I Don't Really Care, Do U?" jacket she wore on her way to visit detained immigrants at the southern border.

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"It's sad to see that organizations and foundations I want to partner with choose not to because of the administration". In the clip of Trump's interview with ABC News anchor Tom Llamas, the first lady made her position on reporting sexual assault loud and clear to survivors. Because sometimes the media goes too far and the way they portray some stories [that are] not correct.

"And I feel like they're choosing the politics over helping others". She declined to say which organizations specifically had refused to work with her. President Trump is pushing the conspiracy theory that Kavanaugh protesters were paid actors, financed by George Soros.

President Trump has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct and assault in the past.

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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