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‘I am the most bullied person in the world’



MELANIA Trump called himself "the most victimized person in bullying in the world" – an experience that he said helped to bring to his "Be Best" initiative.

"I could say I'm the most victimized person in world bullying," the first lady told ABC News in Africa, where she traveled alone to promote her online bullying awareness campaign.

Pressed by correspondent Tom Llamas on his claim to be the victim of bullying, he replied: "One of them – if you really see what people say about me."

The first lady also said she said to her husband that there were some members of his administration that he did not trust ̵

1; and that the president "can" I trust "some people who still work for him.

" It's harder to govern, "he said on Good Morning America "You always need to watch your back."

His comments come from an anonymous editorial of [NewYorkTimes which states that there is a "resistance" to the Interior Trump Administration.

Times said the fierce article – which described a morally dishonored president whose "most misleading impulses" are thwarted by staff – It was written by a senior administration official, the whose identity remains a mystery.

Mr. Trump slammed the topic on Twitter as "shameless" before sending a single word message: "TREASON?"

During her recent visit to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya, the first woman was criticized online for wearing a white helmet – whose style has a historical connotation of colonial rule in Africa.

"Melania thinks she is Meryl Streep in Africa", one person tweeted.

Facing a backlash, Mrs. Trump said, "I would like people to focus on what I do, not the hat I'm wearing."

She was knocked out earlier because of her sartorial choices, in particular in June, when he was wearing a Zara jacket that said, "I do not really care", while visiting immigrant children on the Mexican border.

During the ABC interview, which airs on Friday night, Llamas also asked the first lady if she has the greatest control over her husband's decisions of those in the White House.

"Oh, I wish," He said, chuckling.

"I give him honest honest advice and opinions, and then do what he wants," he said.


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