'We are fine': Melania says she ignores Trump infidelity rumours

'We are fine': Melania says she ignores Trump infidelity rumours

In a new clip from her interview with ABC News, FLOTUS said she does not concern herself with the reports, rumors, and tell-all books about her President's alleged cheating because she has "much more important things" to worry about.

It was yet another extremely busy week for first lady Melania Trump, who wrapped up her big worldwide trip with a final stop in Egypt.

Melania Trump spoke out for the first time about the alleged affairs between her husband, President Donald Trump and various women, including the highly-publicized affair with former adult film star Stormy Daniels.

The View panel was discussing the first lady's interview with ABC News correspondent Tom Llamas. That being said, the First Lady also made it very clear that she could not care any less about the infidelity allegations.

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"It's what media speculate and it's gossip and it's not always correct", she concludes.

"I could say I'm the most bullied person in the world", she told the reporter.

Her comments came in the latest installment of an interview conducted while Melania Trump was on a solo trip to Africa.

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

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Llamas is reduced to asking if she loves her husband.

He then asks her, "has this put strain on your marriage?"

The second alleged victim is Karen McDougal, who claimed she and Trump had a 10-month long affair at the dawn of his marriage to Melania.

Portions of Mrs. Trump's interview aired Friday on "Good Morning America". "But I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true". "It also makes them want to label her as a "victim" and as a 'prisoner" of Donald's. She knows what she wants, and she gets it - she just has different priorities to many others.

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This round of Being Melania is a walk-over for the First Lady. 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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