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Melania Trump thinks that Bill Clinton's history of infidelity and sexual misconduct is fair game on the campaign trail.

The wife of Republican nominee Donald Trump sat down with "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt to discuss a wide range of topics, including fallout from her husbands 2005 "hot mic" tape.

The recording, from unaired "Access Hollywood" footage, captured Donald Trump using crude language and describing his approach toward women.

"Those words, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate,” Melania said. “And he apologized to me ... I accept his apology. And we are moving on.”

She added that if her husband's detractors can use his words against him, then it is only fair for the Trump campaign to bring up Bill Clinton's history of sexual indiscretions, and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's efforts to suppress them.

"If they bring up my past, why not?" Melania said, referring to nude modeling images from the 1990s published by the New York Post earlier this year. "They're asking for it."

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