Melania Trump says women 'need evidence' if they say they're victims

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She also is asked why she wore the 'I Really Don't Care Do You?' jacket to visit immigrant children who had been separated at the border by her husband's administration.

Trump commented on the movement during a sit-down interview with ABC News reporter Tom Llama, who traveled with the first lady to Africa.

Trump said she supports women, but added that men need to be supported as well.

When asked if accused men have received unfair treatment, the first lady said there should be proof to support the accusations.

Melania Trump on ABC News, Wednesday.

Trump responded that she does support the women behind the #MeToo movement - but noted that she supports men, too.

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Without naming names, it's impossible to know if she's talking about any organizations that might have found it particularly uncomfortable to be associated with an administration that took hundreds of children from their parents and put them in cages last June to demonstrate its new zero-tolerance border policy, whose president has called protesting National Football League players "sons of bitches", and who insisted there were "good people on both sides" when white supremacists marched in Charlottesville - to name just a few situations that might have caused certain organizations and foundations to decide they needed to decline her offer to partner.

"I will move on that and I think that all the victims they need - we need to help all the victims no matter what kind of abuse they had, but I am against any kind of abuse or violence", she said.

The first lady, whose husband has faced allegations of inappropriate behaviour, also said women should have solid evidence to support their claims.

Trump was away on a trip to Kenya last week as Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing took place.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehavior ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault.

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