'I have more important things to think about' says Melania Trump of Donald's alleged affairs

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Melania Trump, who was interviewed by ABC while touring Africa last week, insisted allegations of her husband Donald’s infidelities were not a concern and played down a suggestion that the repeated rumours of the US president philandering had put a strain on their marriage. When asked if she loved her husband, the first lady said: 'Yes, we are fine. Yes.' The  full interview was shown in an ABC News special, Being Melania – The First Lady.

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