Melania Trump dismisses concerns about husband’s affairs

Rosalie Gross
October 13, 2018

Melania Trump, who was interviewed by ABC while touring Africa last week, insisted allegations of her husband Donald's infidelities were not a concern and played down a suggestion that the repeated rumours of the USA president philandering had put a strain on their marriage.

Asked if she loves her husband, she said: "Yes, we are fine", adding that gossip is "not always correct". "I know people like to speculate and the media likes to speculate about our marriage".

"I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true", she said.

Leading the interview, ABC News' chief national affairs correspondent, Tom Llamas, begins by telling Melania: "You're not the first first lady to have to deal with your husband's infidelities".

"I just want to say, whether you like her or you don't like her, she deserves our respect 'cause she is our First Lady."
Daniels however subsequently sat down with CBS in a 60 Minutes interview in March of this year to share the details of her alleged affair with Trump.

"Media what is speculating, yeah, it's not always pleasant, of course". It is what media is gossip.

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The full interview airs Friday night at 10 PM ET.

At the time, the first lady's office issued a statement saying she had not spoken to Giuliani about the matter. The two were married in 2005 (the same year of the now infamous Access Hollywood tape where the then-Celebrity Apprentice star said he could grab women by the genitals because he was a star.) In addition to Stormy's claims, Playboy model Karen McDougal claims she and Donald had an affair, as well.

Melania's not paying the talk about her marriage any mind, the insider said, because she's "secure in herself, and in her marriage".

This also makes her the only First Lady whose first language is not English.

But the first lady shrugged off charges of hypocrisy to promote her anti-bullying initiative during this month's solo trip to Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, and Egypt.

However the adult entertainer did confess to feeling "terrible" about shaming the president publicly over the size of his manhood, adding: "I was very angry in writing that".

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