In­fi­delity claims low on Mela­nia’s list

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - - NEWS -

MELA­NIA Trump has more press­ing mat­ters on her mind than al­le­ga­tions of in­fi­delity by her hus­band, she in­sisted in a no-holds barred in­ter­view that airs Fri­day.

“I’m a mother and a First Lady, and I have much more im­por­tant things to think about and to do,” she told ABC News when asked whether Pres­i­dent Trump’s al­leged stray­ing had put a strain on their mar­riage.

“It is not con­cern and fo­cus of mine,” she told cor­re­spon­dent Tom Lla­mas in an in­ter­view con­ducted dur­ing her re­cent solo tour to Africa.

The Pres­i­dent has de­nied porn star Stormy Daniels’ al­le­ga­tions that she had a fling with the fu­ture com­man­derin-chief more than a decade ago – though he has ad­mit­ted re­im­burs­ing Michael Co­hen, his for­mer per­sonal lawyer, a $130,000 hush pay­ment.

Rudy Gi­u­liani, the Pres­i­dent’s cur­rent per­sonal lawyer, said in June that the First Lady “be­lieves her hus­band, and she knows it’s un­true,” re­fer­ring to her thoughts on Daniels’ claims.

But the First Lady brushed aside the for­mer New York City mayor’s re­marks.

“I never talked to Mr Gi­u­liani,” she said. Asked why he said that, she said: “I don’t know. You need to ask him.”

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