Melania discusses Trump's alleged infidelities


Melania Trump, who was interviewed by ABC while touring Africa last week, insisted allegations of her husband Donald's infidelities were not a concern and played down a suggestion that the repeated rumours of the USA president philandering had put a strain on their marriage. "I'm a mother and first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do".

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

"It's what media speculate, and it's gossip".

"Yes, we are fine", Trump said, responding to Llamas' question about if she still loved her husband.

Ms McDougal says she had a 10-month relationship with Mr Trump starting in 2006. Then she reiterated the "media world is speculating". "It's not always correct stuff".

Mrs Trump also slapped down her husband's lawyer Rudy Giuliani when asked about a statement from him claiming she "believes her husband" when he denied a one night-stand with porn star Stormy Daniels.

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Melania Trump has said she has "much more important things to think about" than allegations that her husband has cheated on her.

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Asked why Giuliani would have made that claim about her, she retorted: "I don't know".

Trump has predecessor who as American first ladies suffered gossip about their husbands' alleged affairs.

"I don't respect her", Brown interjected.

"I just want to say, whether you like her or you don't like her, she deserves our respect 'cause she is our First Lady."

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After living in the White House for almost two years in the shadow of one of the most controversial and scandal-tarred presidents of modern times, she appeared confident but also controlled, keeping her answers to hard questions short. "Yes, I'm enjoying it".

She insisted allegations of her husband's infidelities are not a concern.

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