Melania Trump: Women accusing men should ‘show the evidence’

Melania Trump: Women accusing men should ‘show the evidence’

Melania Trump: Women accusing men should ‘show the evidence’

ABC News reporter Tom Llamas interviewed Melania Trump during her trip to Africa for a "20/20" special to air October 12.

"I support the women and they need to be heard", Melania Trump said of the movement in general.

"If you accuse (someone) of something, show the evidence", Trump said in a sit-down interview with ABC News that took place in Kenya last week during her first major solo trip to Africa.

"Do you think men in the news that have been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment have been treated unfairly?" correspondent Tom Llamas asked. She added that she supports women, and also men.

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Trump also said that some organizations and foundations were unwilling to partner with her due to their distaste for the administration in another portion of the interview aired on Tuesday. Because sometimes the media goes too far and the way they portray some stories [that are] not correct. President Trump is pushing the conspiracy theory that Kavanaugh protesters were paid actors, financed by George Soros. He also has expressed concern for men in this #MeToo moment.

Llamas said that some people might take the first lady's statement to mean that she doesn't actually support women.

She said to ABC host Tom Llamas, broadcast Wednesday, that groups are "chosing the politics over helping others", as they don't want to be associated with him. He has called them all liars.

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