Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Melania Trump brushes off questions about her husband’s alleged infidelity

Melania Trump brushes off questions about her husband’s alleged infidelity

She asked Llamas, "Is it possible that she's not concerned with his mistresses because she was one of them?"

I'm a mother and a first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do.

"Yes, we are fine", the she said.

In June, the president's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said the first lady "believes her husband, and she knows it's untrue", referring to Melania Trump's thoughts on Stormy Daniels' claims.

Trump has denied the trysts with Daniels and McDougal but has acknowledged reimbursing his lawyer for a $130,000 hush money payment made to Daniels.

Regardless of the accusations, however, the first lady said that she loves her husband - adding that reports that say otherwise are "gossip".

She then reiterated that the "media world is speculating". "It's not always correct stuff", adding that the first couple's marriage is solid.

The First Lady of the United States brushed off Donald's alleged unfaithfulness while conducing her first sit-down interview with ABC News' Tom Llamas.

Asked about Giuliani's comments, the first lady pushed back, telling ABC News that she never discussed the matter with Giuliani.

Melania wore then jacket, emblazoned with the words "I really don't care", while en-route to visit child migrants held at a USA detention centre, sparking controversy.

Despite the sheer magnitude of allegations that have come out against her husband - whether it was an alleged affair or something not quite as consented - Mel claimed their relationship remains undamaged.

ABC said the full interview will air later Friday.

The US leader has denied the affair and accused Ms Daniels of lying. "Don't get me wrong; she's not happy about these things being made public, and she's not happy about an adult actress talking about what her husband's penis is supposedly like". Trump, who gave brief answers to the questions about trust issues, went into further detail when asked if she was looking forward to "possibly" six more years in the White House if her husband wins re-election in 2020.

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