Melania Trump On Me Too: We Should Support Men, 'Not Just Women'

Melania Trump with baby elephants in Nairobi’s National Park

Melania Trump with baby elephants in Nairobi’s National ParkBEN CURTIS REUTERS

US First Lady Melania Trump says she tells her husband off when she disagrees with his tweets.

In the clip released this morning, ABC News's Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas was not shown asking the First Lady to specify what she mean by "hard evidence".

She shot back: 'I do stand with women but we need to show the evidence.

When asked what she found to be the most surprising thing about her position as first lady, Trump said she was disappointed to find associations that declined to collaborate with her.

The one-on-one special, "Being Melania - The First Lady", airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

President Trump, who has also been accused by numerous women of sexual misconduct, sided with his nominee by calling the claims a "hoax" and saying, "It is a very scary time for young men in America, where you can be guilty of something you may not be guilty of".

When asked if men accused of sexual assault have been treated unfairly, Melania said women "need to have really hard evidence".

"I feel they're choosing the politics over helpings others", Melania Trump said, declining to spotlight any organizations in particular because she doesn't "want to put them out in front of the world".

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

Llama boasted Wednesday that "no question was off the table" in the interview, including a question about President Donald Trump's infidelity. "They don't have any facts", she had said.

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