Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

  • Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

Melania Trump Says #MeToo Accusers ‘Need to Have Really Hard Evidence’

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. The interview will air in its entirety on Friday.

Watch her full interview here.

The President has also voiced suspicion about the year-old #MeToo movement, complaining that allegations made decades later can ruin a man's life.

And it appeared, as her husband often does, she feels the media could do better.

First Lady Melania Trump said in an interview with "Good Morning America" that she stands with women of the #MeToo movement but it is necessary to consider evidence behind accusations of sexual assault or misconduct.

Llamas challenged that response, noting that some people might see it as being at odds with the idea of believing women.

Trump fired back, "I do stand with women". We need to support them. You can not just say to somebody 'Oh I was sexually assaulted, or you did that to me, ' because sometimes the media goes too far. "It's not correct. It's not right". She's opening up for the first time about her life and her time in the White House to @TomLlamasABC. He was ultimately confirmed to the Supreme Court on Saturday. You can not just say to somebody, I was, you know, sexually assaulted and or you did that to me, ' states Melania.