"What is your take about the #MeToo movement, though?"
Not after Barack Obama faced endless conspiracy theories about his foreignness (perpetuated, by the way, by Melania's husband, to which she said nothing).
Llamas points out that her answer to the #MeToo question might be seen as not supporting victims, a concern that the First Lady brushes aside.
There was also criticism following Trump's statement about being one of the most bullied people in the world.
United States first lady Melania Trump said in an interview broadcast on Thursday that there have been people in her husband's White House whom she does not trust, including some who still work there.
Asked whether there are still people in the administration she can not trust, Trump said yes. Susan Collins (R-ME), who had defended America's founding principles of due process and the presumption of innocence. "That's being brought into play here is the presumption that I need to believe guilty over innocence, which is something protected by the Constitution".
Melania Trump says her husband's politics are hurting her attempts to partner with aid organizations.
"I support the women and they need to be heard", she said. "I'm not listening to her about anything she has to say". But Sunny wasn't having it.
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And she said that women who allege sexual abuse must produce "really hard evidence". "This is a very, very, very hard time", he said.
Meghan McCain got in next, acknowledging there are legal gray areas for sexual misconduct allegations, but affirming her belief in due process and innocence until proven guilty.
"I do stand with women", she insisted.
FLOTUS made the remark during an interview that aired on GMA Thursday, in which she promoted her anti-bullying campaign Be Best. "I don't want to put them out in front of the world, but they know who they are". "They revel in not knowing". Some of them "don't work there any more", others do.
Yes, the First Lady really said this.
"Everything is ankle deep, there is no depth to any of it", concluded Brown. Didn't use fashion as a calculated distraction created to draw criticism, leading her to be able to look the part of the "bullied" victim.
The interview will air in its entirety on Friday.