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In an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday, First Lady Melania Trump addressed a range of topics, including the media's treatment of her husband.

Melania Trump said the hardest thing she has to deal with as first lady is feeling like there are people in the media and in the public who trade on her name to advance their own careers.

Then Hannity threw a real softball and asked her about the most challenging part of being a first lady.

In the interview, Melania Trump reiterated the role she has previously said she plays behind the scenes with her often-blustery husband. "This is not a normal life, but I like to protect him and give him the childhood he deserves". He doesn't always listen, but she said he understands the consequences. "I don't agree with his tone sometimes and I tell him that", Melania pointed out.

But all anyone could talk about after the interview was Melania's new - and much blonder - look, with some even commenting on the similarity between her's and Donald's hair colour. "The problem is they're writing history and it's not correct", she said. "I also want to thank you for everything you do to promote kindness through your Be Best foundation and all of your daily activities". In the end, it's his decision.

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Hannity also asked Trump on Wednesday about all the extramarital affairs her husband, 72-year-old President Donald Trump, has allegedly had with other women. She termed these people "opportunists".

"He wants to govern the right way, and sometimes it's tough because he could see that the media wants to bash and focus on negativity".

CNN contributor Rob Astorino pushed back at the comparison between the first ladies, insisting that Mrs. Obama "didn't need to complain" since the press "loved her".

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