Melania On #MeToo: We Should Support Men, ‘Not Just Women’

Tabitha Dunn
October 10, 2018

"I support the women", the first lady told Llamas, "and they need to be heard".

"I support the women and they need to be heard", she said.

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

In an interview with ABC News that airs on Friday, first lady Melania Trump says women accusing men of sexual assault must have "hard evidence" to prove their claim. "We need to support them, and you know, also men, not just women". Echoing her husband and Republicans who have accused the press of eagerly reporting stories of misconduct without evidence, Trump added that "sometimes the media goes too far". "They don't have any facts", she had said.

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"I feel they're choosing the politics over helpings others", Melania Trump said, declining to spotlight any organizations in particular because she doesn't "want to put them out in front of the world". She declined to say which organizations specifically had refused to work with her.

Llama boasted Wednesday that "no question was off the table" in the interview, including a question about President Donald Trump's infidelity.

Leftists and feminists were hoping they could use President Trump's alleged philandering to bait First Lady Melania Trump into being an outspoken advocate of #MeToo following the Kavanaugh witch hunt, but their hopes have been dashed.

Mrs Trump spoke out as her husband appointed Brett Kavanaugh as a new Supreme Court Justice despite sexual assault allegations made against him.

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