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Reactions to Melania claiming she's the most bullied person in the world

Reactions to Melania claiming she's the most bullied person in the world

First Lady Melania Trump said she has "much more important things to think about and to do" than spend time considering her husband's alleged infidelities.

Mrs. Trump says she's "a mother and a first lady" and media outlets "speculate" about her marriage and "circulate the gossip".

Melania Trump flatly denied Rudy Giuliani's claims about her support for President Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels affair. Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 shortly before the 2016 election to remain silent about the alleged tryst.

Melania also said there are people now in the White House she doesn't trust and who do not have her husband's best interests in mind.

In addition to dropping off Be Best-branded tote bags laden with supplies at local schools, Melania made time during her trip to sit down for an exclusive interview with ABC News' Tom Llamas. Daniels later risked violating the hush agreement by sharing details of her 2006 alleged affair with Donald Trump in a CBS "60 Minutes" interview in March.

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The usually private first lady, who has refrained from responding publicly to repeated allegations of her husband's infidelity, which he's denied, opened up to Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas in an exclusive interview during her recent tour through Africa - her first solo worldwide trip as first lady.

Media attention from a stream of women who have accused the president of sexual misconduct or extramarital affairs isn't pleasant, the first lady added, dismissing the claims as "gossip".

"One of them - if you really see what people [are] saying about me". "It's not always correct stuff".

Tune in tonight at 10 p.m. EST for more of the ABC News special "Being Melania - The First Lady".