The first lady was also asked about Brett Kavanaugh, whose contentious Supreme Court Nomination was enraptured the nation.
"But we need to show the evidence", she said.
When asked if she supports the Me Too movement, Melania said she supports women who have come forward to speak about their negative sexual experiences.
"I don't control my fans", Melania says, "but I don't agree with what they're doing". And the way they portray some stories, it's not correct.
The interview discussed Melania Trump's "Be Best" anti-bullying initiative. I don't support either, but if we're going to talk about people who have been bullied based on their appearance or their perceived "un-Americanness", I don't think Melania can put herself anywhere near the top of that list.
I can't help but wonder what kind of hate speech her supporters might unleash on me for asking a few pointed questions.
She says when there are accusations there needs to be "really hard evidence" and accusers should "show the evidence".
Asked if some untrustworthy people still work in the White House, she said, "Yes". "I know some that I wish I didn't know". They're private citizens. If they go after me, it's different.
A portion of the interview aired Thursday on Good Morning America.