More im­por­tant things to think about than Trump’s ‘af­fairs’: Mela­nia

‘I’m a mother and a First Lady, and I have much more im­por­tant things to think about and to do...’

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con­cern and fo­cus of mine,” she said about Pres­i­dent Trump’s al­leged af­fairs.

“I be­lieve that my hus­band is do­ing an in­cred­i­ble job for this na­tion and I want the Amer­i­can peo­ple to have suc­cess,” the First Lady said.

On asked if she was the “sound­ing board for the Pres­i­dent”, Mela­nia Trump said there were peo­ple she did not trust in the White House—and she let her hus­band know about it. “Some peo­ple, they don’t work there any­more,” she said adding, “I give him my hon­est ad­vice and my hon- est opin­ions and he does what he wants to do.” Asked if there were still ad­min­is­tra­tion staffers she did not trust, the First Lady said, “Yes.” She added that such dis­trust made it hard to gov­ern.

“You al­ways need to watch your back,” she said.

The First Lady also said that she was the “most bul­lied per­son in the world”. She said be­ing First Lady in po­lar­is­ing times was dif­fi­cult and added she’s chron­i­cally ha­rassed on­line by po­lit­i­cal op­po­nents, even when she’s do­ing char­ity work.

She told ABC News that she had been hurt over the last year by the sto­ries about her hus­band’s al­leged af­fairs.

“It’s not al­ways pleas­ant, of course, but I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true,” Mela­nia Trump said.

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