The first lady criticized the media's speculation on their marriage, claiming the assertions aren't always accurate, and asked if she loves her husband, said, "Yes, we are fine".
"It's not a concern and focus of mine", she responded calmly.
Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, says she had a fling with Trump after meeting with him at a charity golf tournament in 2006, a year after he married Melania. Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 shortly before the 2016 election to remain silent about the alleged tryst.
Donald Trump has acknowledged that he reimbursed Cohen for the payment to Daniels, but says he did not have an affair. "Yes. It's what media speculate, and it's gossip".
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Bolt retired from athletics after the 2017 World Championships and has been eager to forge a new career in professional football . "I'm keen, that's why I'm here to play my best and to try and get into the team", he added.
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Do you have the same passcode as Kanye? "It is boring, it's not as exciting as this", he said gesturing towards his mobile phone. Earlier today, the rapper paid a visit to the White House for a meeting with the president where things got a little bit weird.
Asked if she's been hurt by the allegations, Trump, after a brief pause, said, "It's not always pleasant, of course, but I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true or not true". Add Melania Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Melania Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
She sat down with ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas during her solo trip to Africa - who asked about Trump's alleged or rumored extramarital affairs.
In a preview of the discussion, the first lady is shown defending her work with Be Best for a personal reason: She sees herself as a victim of bullying. She said she made known her distrust of some in the administration who no longer hold their positions, for example. That one was too easy: "I don't know; you have to ask him", the First Lady replied.
Tune in tonight at 10 p.m. EST for more of the ABC News special "Being Melania - The First Lady".