Melania Trump Says Donald Trump-Billy Bush 2005 Conversation Was Just 'Boy Talk,' Women Claiming They Were Sexually Assaulted Are Lying

By Chiara Leghler, Parent Herald October 18, 06:28 am

GOP nominee Donald Trump has been in the spotlight for weeks now after the leaked tape of him talking to Billy Bush was released wherein the two talked about women in a sexual way. Women have also come forward saying that they were sexually assaulted by Donald but Melania says they are liars and the conversation of her husband and the NBC host is just boy talk.

BBC reported that in a recent interview with Melania, she insisted that her husband is a gentleman and that the women alleging him of improper conduct and acts are all liars. As for the lewd comments against women in the leaked tape, Melania said that it does not represent the man she knows.

Melania shared, "I know he respects women but he is defending himself because they are lies. I believe my husband. My husband is kind and he is a gentleman and he would never do that." She added that the scandal regarding the conversation of Donald and Bush was pieced together in order to hurt his candidacy.

She reportedly told her husband that the language he used in the tape, which was made 10 years ago, was inappropriate and she was surprised because it is not the man she knows, People reported. She also believes that Bush is the culprit behind the 2005 statements of Donald as the host prompted the GOP nominee to sat bad things.

She believes that the campaign team of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the media organized the whole thing.

Melania added that the media keeps on releasing details that they purportedly got from the women claiming that they were sexually assaulted by Donald but they might not have checked their background or the facts given to them. Melania continued to reveal that Donald has never behaved inappropriately and a lot of women come up to him and give them their phone numbers but he never acted improperly.

The presidential election in the United States is in less than a month.

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