Melania Trump Says Women Throw Their Number At Her Husband
Melania Trump said women throw their number at her husband, Donald Trump.
In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Trump addressed what she labeled “boy talk” over leaked audio of her husband making lewd comments about women in 2005. Trump told Cooper that she disagreed that the hot mic conversation was about “sexually assaulting” woman as some have said. (RELATED: Melania Trump Didn’t Expect Media To Be ‘So Dishonest’ And ‘Mean’)
“No,” Trump said. “That’s not sexual assault. He didn’t say he did it, and I see many, many women coming to him and giving phone numbers and, you know, want to work for him or inappropriate stuff from women. And they know he’s married.” (RELATED: Nicki Minaj Slams ‘Motherf–king Melania’ Trump)
Cooper asked, “You’ve seen that?”
“Oh, yes, of course,” Trump said. “It was in front of me.”
The interviewer then asked for clarification, “In front of you?”
“In front of me,” Trump added. “And I said, like, why you need to give your number to my husband?”
The possible next first lady then sent a message to those making accusations against her husband.
“I’m very strong,” Trump said. “People, they don’t really know me. People think and talk about me, the — like, ‘Oh, Melania. Oh, poor Melania.'”
“Don’t feel sorry for me,” she added. “Don’t feel sorry for me. I can handle everything.”
“And for this — for people talking like that, I see in the press a lot almost, like, celebrities or people, they think they’re celebrities, I would suggest to them to look themselves in the mirror and to look at their actions and to take care of their own families,” she continued.
Trump has said any all allegations against him are false, after several woman came forward to accuse the nominee of groping and or kissing them without their consent.