Melania Trump brushes off questions about Donald Trump's alleged infidelity

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".

Melania Trump, in a sit-down interview with the ABC News, while in Kenya during her tour of Africa, was asked about her views on the #MeToo movement even as her husband, US President Donald Trump, and the newly-sworn in Supreme Court judge, Brett Kavanaugh, have been plagued by allegations of sexual misconduct.

Melania Trump says she loves President Donald Trump and has "much more important things to think about" than allegations he cheated on her. I know people do speculate and media likes to speculate about our marriage.

In an interview with ABC News, she said media speculation about her marriage was not "pleasant".

The president and his legal team have admitted that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels, and that Mr. Trump reimbursed Cohen.

Listening intently as Melania speaks, Tom then asks her, "have you been hurt though?"

Having agreed to answer any question, Melania replies: "Yes we are fine". It is not always correct stuff'.

Melania's not paying the talk about her marriage any mind, the insider said, because she's "secure in herself, and in her marriage". She also seemed to throw Rudy Giuliani under the bus. "I'm very strong, and I know what my priorities are".

Most of the world can't hear enough about Donald Trump's alleged infidelities, but not Melania Trump.

She took heavy flack in June when she wore a US$39 Zara jacket that had "I really don't care, do u?" written on the back, as she embarked on a trip to the Mexican border to see immigrant children who had been separated from their parents under her husband's much criticised policy.

HollywoodLife reached out to the first lady's spokesperson for comment, but did not immediately hear back.

Brown quickly responded to the White House's statement, apparently wanting nothing to do with the first lady and showed no respect, saying, "I don't have to bow down to dear leader leader or his third wife".

Vanessa Coleman