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Melania Trump Says She May Be The "Most Bullied Person In the World"

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Melania Trump Says She May Be The

Melania Trump Says She May Be The "Most Bullied Person In the World"

Melania Trump said she is the "most bullied person in the world," and that's why she created her anti-bullying campaign "Be Best." The First Lady also addressed rumors that she has "100%" control over President Trump.

Trump saying, "I wish!

I give him my honest advice and honest opinions and then he does what he wants to do." The First Lady also said she didn't trust some White House staff and told her husband about them.

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