First Lady Melania Trump said Thursday she sees herself as one of the "most bullied" people in the world and cautioned that there are untrustworthy people working for her husband. 

Mrs. Trump spoke to "Good Morning America" about why she was driven to start her anti-bullying "Be Best" initiative, which she runs from the White House East Wing. 

"I could say I'm the most bullied person on the world. ... One of them, if you really see what people are saying about me," she said while on a solo trip to Africa. 


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She emphasized that children must be educated on social media and online bullying and how to deal with such insults. 

Mrs. Trump was also asked by Tom Llamas whether there have been people working in the White House that she didn't trust. 

"Yes," she answered, recalling she let President Trump know that and some of those people are no longer in the West Wing. 

Mrs. Trump also said "yes" when asked whether there are still people working for her husband that he should not trust. 

The overall issue gained national attention last month when an anonymous Trump administration official penned an op-ed, describing him or herself as a member of the "resistance" inside the administration.  

Watch the clips and "America's Newsroom" reaction above.


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