Melania Trump says she is 'most bullied person in the world'

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They came forward in the wake of a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape that was released in October 2016 in which he is caught saying on a hot mic: "And when you're a star, they let you do it".

As it turns out, the issue is personal for her because she believes she is-in her own words and I'm not kidding although I wish I were-"the most bullied person in the world".

During the ABC interview - recorded last week in Kenya - Mrs Trump was also asked if she is the gatekeeper to Mr Trump. "You always need to watch your back".

First Lady Melania Trump gave an interview to ABC News where she spoke about bullying, her anti-bullying "Be Best" initiative, and the fact that she thinks she's one of the most bullied people in the world.

But when pressed by Llamas, she said there are still people working inside the White House she does not consider trustworthy. Susan Collins (R-ME), who had defended America's founding principles of due process and the presumption of innocence.

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In another preview clip of her interview that aired Wednesday, Trump said she was disappointed to find that some groups turned down her request to collaborate with them.

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

Not after Barack Obama faced endless conspiracy theories about his foreignness (perpetuated, by the way, by Melania's husband, to which she said nothing). Of the GQ article, Melania says: "I have thick skin. And to accuse, no matter who it is, a man or a woman, without evidence is damaging and unfair". But Sunny wasn't having it. "We need to show the evidence". "I will say between 2-8% of rape accusations are false, it's a very low number".

"It's really not a good thing to see, it represents a lot of stuff for folks, especially folks in Africa", criticized Whoopi. "They need to be heard and also the men, not just women". Llamas asked the first lady.

In her first TV interview, set to air in its entirety on Friday, first lady Melania Trump discusses her role in the White House and the #MeToo movement.