Melania Trump: Women who say they're victims 'need evidence'

In a one-on-one interview with Trump in Egypt, Llamas asked the first lady her thoughts on #MeToo and supporting women.

Melania Trump, whose husband has been accused of sexual misconduct, said there needs to be "really hard evidence" to back up claims of sexual assault because "sometimes the media goes too far, and the way they portray some stories, it's not correct".

"It's sad to see that organisations and foundations I want to partner with choose not to because of the. administration", she said, "and I feel they are choosing the politics over helping others". "We need to support them, and you know also men not just women".

Trump was away on a trip to Kenya last week as Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing took place.

'We need to support them, and also men, not just women. You can not just say to somebody "I was sexually assaulted, ' or 'you did that to me".

Melania Trump sat down with ABC World News Tonight for an interview that will air on Friday, during which she discussed the #MeToo movement and sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, who was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Saturday.

The president addressed the issue at the White House earlier this month, saying, "It's a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of". "It's not right", she said.

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

Vanessa Coleman