Melania Trump has said that her husband's alleged infidelity does not affect her.

The First Lady said she had much more important things to consider than allegations that Donald Trump had cheated on a porn star and a former Playboy model.

"That's not my concern and my focus," she told ABC during her tour of Africa last week.

"I am a mother and a first lady, and I have much more important things to do and think about."

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump (Photo: Getty Images / AFP)

Trump was accused of having several affairs, including pornstar Stormy Daniels and ex-playboy playmate Karen McDougal.

He turned down the matter but agreed to get his lawyer reimbursed to Mrs. Daniels for a payment of $ 130,000 (£ 98,000).

But Ms. Trump ignored these accusations and attacked the media instead.

She added, "I know that people like to speculate and media likes to speculate about our marriage and spread the gossip," she told ABC during her tour of Africa last week.

"But I understand that the gossip sells newspapers, magazines … and unfortunately we live in this kind of world today."

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Melania Trump walks to her vehicle as she arrives at Andrews Air Force Base (photo: AP)
Ms. Trump walks with children during a visit to the Nest Orphanage in Limuru, Kenya (Photo: AP)

She admitted that constant "speculation" was not always pleasant, but she said she knew what was true and not true.

Ms. Trump added that she loved her husband and her relationship was "good."

Excerpts Ms. Trump's interview was broadcast yesterday on "Good Morning America" ​​and ABC News.

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Stormy Daniels allegedly had an affair with the US president (Photo: Rex)
The First Lady looks at the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya (Photo: AP)

In other parts of the interview, she revealed that she wore the jacket that said, "I really do not care, do I?" Send a message to the leftist media that she said she was criticizing her.

She also claimed to be "the most bullied person" in the world and said that women who make allegations of sexual assault "need to show the evidence".

Trump's former private lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to violating financial crimes in August. He claimed that Trump and the National Enquirer's tabloid press were implicated in the silence of Daniels and McDougal after alleging affairs with Trump.

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