First Lady Melania Trump said she has "much more important things to think about and to do" than spend time considering her husband's alleged infidelities. "I know people like to speculate and media like to speculate about our marriage", the intensely private first lady told ABC News in a taped interview last week during her first solo foreign trip.
She added, "It is not concern and focus of mine".
"Yes, we are fine", she said. It is what media speculates...it is gossip. "It's not always correct stuff", she said. "But I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true or not true".
Despite the public's constant focus on her personal life, the persistent allegations of infidelity and the onslaught of accusations of sexual misconduct against her husband -- accusations the president denies -- the first lady insists their marriage is good and that she loves her husband.
Giuliani had said in June that Melania Trump believes her husband's denials about an affair a decade ago with stripper and porn movie star Stormy Daniels.
The First Lady said: 'I never talk to Mr Giuliani, ' and asked why he would have made such a statement answered 'You need to ask him'. Mrs. Trump has generally kept quiet on the subject.
In an interview with ABC News, Melania discussed social media and the reasons why she's so passionate about focusing her efforts on ending cyberbullying. Trump has acknowledged reimbursing Cohen but denied the affair.
Trump, who gave brief answers to the questions about trust issues, went into further detail when asked if she was looking forward to "possibly" six more years in the White House if her husband wins re-election in 2020.
Donald Trump, on the 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape that became public during the 2016 campaign, says when he's attracted to beautiful women, "I just start kissing them".