Melania Trump parts company with husband's agenda in ABC interview
Tehran (KNA) - The first lady, Melania Trump, has laid out a vision of the role of the United States in the world that is markedly different from her husband’s America-first policy, while seemingly breaking with the president’s stance on restricting immigration.
Speaking to ABC’s Tom Llamas in an interview recorded in Kenya last week, Trump also said the MeToo movement had at times gone too far. “If somebody is accused with stuff that it’s not correct … as they say you are guilty before you innocent and I don’t believe in that,” she said. “I do stand with women but we need to show the evidence.”
On America’s role in the world she said: “I think it’s very important that we show the world that America cares and that this administration cares and I care. When other people have more opportunities, then the world is more freer.” It was a far cry from her husband telling the United Nations last month that the US rejects the ideology of globalism.
Source: The Gaurdian