Melania Trump: 'I never talk to Mr. Giuliani'

Eloise Marshall
October 13, 2018

She said she purposely wore the jacket on the flight back to Washington after seeing "how the media was obsessed about it".

During the wide-ranging interview, Mrs Trump also finally admitted that her notorious 'I Really Don't Care, Do U?' jacket was meant to convey a message. At her final stop in Egypt she wore white trousers, a pleated white shirt and a black tie with a beige jacket - with comparisons to Michael Jackson, fictional character Carmen Sandiego, and the French archaeologist villain in the first Indiana Jones movie. Then she reiterated the "media world is speculating". Her full interview is set to air Friday night in an ABC News special, Being Melania - The First Lady.

"Yeah, it's not always pleasant, of course", she said.

Mrs. Trump, who was interviewed by ABC while touring Africa last week, said people are just spreading rumors about her marriage. The sit-down already made headlines earlier this week, following a released clip that showed Trump saying women should have "hard evidence" before making sexual assault claims and for asserting she is one of the most bullied people in the world.

The interview, excerpts of which were released by ABC ahead of a full broadcast Friday evening, came after almost two roller-coaster years in the White House, during which Melania was frequently thought to be on the verge of breaking with President Trump, as one woman after another came forth claiming they had been paid to be quiet about their affairs with him.

Meanwhile, the First Lady also told how speculation about the state of her marriage is one of the worst things about being first lady.

She said: "I didn't know that policy would come out". "It was kind of a message, yes".

"I would prefer that they would focus on what I do and on my initiatives rather than what I wear". But she also made clear she does not dwell on it.

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Sitting in jodhpurs with a safari pith helmet at her side, Trump was poised and confident as she responded to uncomfortable questions on her personal life with the real estate billionaire who now leads the United States. "I know I will be hit with criticism to talking about cyber bullying, but it will not stop me to do what is right".

"I don't agree always what he posts, but his action is his action and I tell him that", she said.

Of the president's stance on the Be Best initiative, she said: "He didn't say not to do it. But he understands I want to help next generation and the children".

Allegations that President Trump had been unfaithful began circulating after Daniels claimed she'd signed a nondisclosure agreement and received $130,000 from Trump's lawyers to keep quiet about an affair in 2006.

"Grab them by the p.", Trump adds. She said he had.

In rare comments to the press before departing Egypt Melania said she wanted "to talk about my trip and not what I wear". "So I will leave it at that".

Mrs Trump insists that she is "staying true to herself" despite being married to the president, and says she is the same person as the woman in carefree selfies shared online before her husband won the 2016 presidential election.

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