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

Eloise Marshall
October 12, 2018

"I could say that I'm the most bullied person on [sic] the world", Melania Trump said.

Her comments come in the wake of an anonymous editorial in The New York Times last month claiming there is a "resistance" within the Trump administration.

I can't help but wonder what kind of hate speech her supporters might unleash on me for asking a few pointed questions.

First lady Melania Trump looks out over Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya.

-Wearing a jacket reading "I Really Don't Care, Do U?" on her way to visit immigrant children in detention centers. Trump says she gives her husband her "honest opinions" on individuals, with the result that "some people, they don't work there anymore", per CNN.

Llamas then turned the conversation to her "Be Best" initiative, pointing out the campaign to combat cyberbullying is "an interesting choice" because the president often mocks opponents on social media.

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"You're really the most bullied person in the world?" asked presenter Tom Llamas.

Her full interview, conducted on her recent trip to Africa, airs Friday night in an ABC News special, "Being Melania - The First Lady". "But we need to show the evidence". In Egypt, she told reporters that Kavanaugh was "highly qualified for the Supreme Court", but added that she was pleased that accuser Christine Blasey Ford "was heard".

There was also criticism following Trump's statement about being one of the most bullied people in the world.

Many Twitter users didn't respond to her with much sympathy.

"I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence". "I know some that I wish I didn't know".

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

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