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

Melania Trump to tell all in 'no-questions-off-limits' interview Donald Trump's politics kill Melania's aid partnerships, she tells ABC
Adrian Cunningham | 10 October, 2018, 19:51

Llamas, who is weekend anchor of "World News Tonight" and chief national affairs correspondent, is among the reporters following the first lady on her first solo overseas trip.

"You're not the first first lady to have to deal with your husband's infidelities, has this put a strain on your marriage?" he asks, in a promotion clip of the interview.

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

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

Far from powerful: PH passport places 75th in power index
Newcomer Moldova, for example, which launched its CBI program in the second half of this year, has climbed 20 places since 2008. The index, by Henley & Partners, a citizenship and planning firm, showed Japan to have the most powerful passport on the planet.

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

First Lady Melania Trump spoke out about the #MeToo movement, saying she supports women but that accusers "need to show the evidence". "They don't have any facts", she had said. President Trump is pushing the conspiracy theory that Kavanaugh protesters were paid actors, financed by George Soros.

The full interview with Melania Trump will air Friday, where she will discuss a variety of topics, including the infamous "I Don't Really Care, Do U?" jacket she wore on her way to visit detained immigrants at the southern border. "We need to support them". "You can not just say to somebody, 'I was sexually assaulted, ' or, 'You did that to me, ' because sometimes the media goes too far". He also has expressed concern for men in this #MeToo moment.