Melania Trump Addresses 'the Jacket' and Husband's Alleged Infidelity in No-Holds-Barred Interview
The first lady sat down with ABC News' Chief National Correspondent Tom Llamas last week during her Africa trip.
The first lady is the center of a no-holds-barred interview during which she was asked about her husband’s alleged infidelity and her now-famous "I REALLY DON'T CARE DO U?" jacket.
ABC News' Chief National Correspondent Tom Llamas sat down with Melania Trump during her recent solo tour of Africa.
In a promo clip of the interview, which will air on ABC Friday, she was asked: "You're not the first first lady to have to deal with your husband’s alleged infidelities. Has this put a strain on your marriage?"
She also was asked about her choice of jacket while visiting children at a Texas migrant detention center in June that sparked controversy with the words "I REALLY DON'T CARE DO U?" written on the back.
She was also asked about her feelings in regard to the #MeToo movement.
“I support the women," she said. "They need to be heard and also the men, not just women."
No question was off limits, according to the ABC News promo.
The first lady was also asked about Brett Kavanaugh , whose contentious Supreme Court Nomination was enraptured the nation.
“Do you think men who have been accused have been treated unfairly?” she was asked.
“We need to have really hard evidence that if you are accused of something, show the evidence,” she replied.
The ABC News special, “Being Melania,” airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET.
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