REPORT: Melania Trump says there are people in the White House she doesn’t trust
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First lady Melania Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday that there have been people in her husband’s White House whom she doesn’t trust, including some who still work there.
During the interview with ABC News, conducted during her recent solo trip to Africa, Trump also asserted that she is one of the most bullied people in the world, as she discusses her child-welfare initiative, Be Best, which includes a focus on combating cyberbullying.
The article goes on to state the following:
Trump was asked by ABC’s Tom Llamas if the president has had people working for him that she didn’t trust.
Melania said she tells her husband who she does and does not trust. She went on to say that some of these people remain in the White House today, while others have been removed.
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