Melania Trump says she’s ‘the most bullied person’ in the world

Sergio Cunningham
October 12, 2018

Now a newly released interview excerpt shows the first lady defending her work with Be Best for a personal reason: She sees herself as a victim of bullying.

Mr Trump followed up those comments with a speech at a rally in MS where he mocked Mr Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, for not having answers to some questions during her testimony.

First lady Melania Trump paused as she spoke to media, October 6, during a visit to the historical Giza Pyramids site near Cairo, Egypt.

In June she raised eyebrows when she visited an immigrant children's shelter in Texas wearing a trench coat with the words "I really don't care, do u?" emblazoned on the back.

'It's sad to see that organizations and foundations that I want to partner with chose not to because of the administration, ' says the First Lady.

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"We need to have really hard evidence ... if you accuse [someone] of something, show the evidence", she continued.

At least 19 women have said Trump's husband, President Donald Trump, has committed some sort of sexual misconduct against them, including instances of sexual harassment and assault. The First Lady sat down with ABC recently and one of her statements has started making the rounds as she impulsively told the interviewer that she's the "most bullied person in the world". President Trump bullies so many people on Twitter that the New York Times once printed a comprehensive list of all of his insults. "I could say I'm the most bullied person in the world". "We need to support them, and also men, not just women". "I'm president.' I didn't know people in Washington". I don't know. Where's the house?

And it appeared, as her husband often does, she feels the media could do better. I don't know. Upstairs, downstairs, where was it?

The remainder of the interview is scheduled to air Friday night on ABC.

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