First Lady Melania Trump speaks about her experience with bullying, her husband's White House employees and whether she would want him to serve another term.
Every single day and for various reasons, President Donald Trump is dragged by the media -- but his wife, Melania Trump, feels she's got it worse.
The first lady told chief national affairs correspondent Tom Llamas during an interview with ABC News that her anti-bullying "Be Best" policy platform -- which is aimed specifically at cyber-bullies -- was actually inspired by her own personal experiences.
"I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world," she said during the sit-down, which was taped during her recent solo trip to Africa.
"You think you're the most bullied person in the world?" Llamas asked.
"One of them -- if you really see what people are saying about me," Melania replied. "That's why my 'Be Best' is focusing on social media and online behavior. We need to educate the children [about] social, emotional behavior so when they grow up, they know how to deal with those issues."
Llamas also asked Melania if her husband had ever hired a White House employee she "didn't trust." Without hesitation, she said, "Yes."
Melania also said she's "let him know" whenever she's felt that way about an official, adding that there are still people working there she feels she can't trust.
"Some people [who I didn't trust] don't work there anymore," she told Llamas, adding that she doesn't get too "involved with the West Wing" because she's "so busy" with her own initiatives, including "Be Best."
When asked about the prospect of serving as first lady for six more years, Melania said, "I believe that my husband is doing an incredible job for this nation, and I want the American people to have success. So whatever he decides, I will support him."
Llamas pressed FLOTUS and asked if she wanted to serve for six more years.
"I'm enjoying it," she replied. "I really love to live in Washington and in the White House. Yes, I'm enjoying it."