Donald and Melania Trump on Campaign's Best and Worst Moments

"GMA" co-anchor George Stephanopoulos sits down with the couple to discuss Donald Trump's presidential campaign, keeping their son, Baron, out of the spotlight and the highs and lows of the campaign.
7:50 | 10/27/16

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We begin with more of that exclusive interview with Donald and Melania trump sitting down together for their first joint interview since accusations of sexual misconduct surfaced against the candidate with her husband by her side Melania addressed that and the campaign's impact on their family and what she'd like to do as first lady. You said at the beginning if you run you'll win. You still feel that? I feel that. I feel that. I see the connection with American people and my husband and he competed a movement and the crowd and the people that are behind him, it's unbelievable to see. Does it make you want to get out there yourself and help him out in the final two weeks? We will see. My priorities are my son Barron, our son Barron. I support him 110% and there for him every time he needs me and may join him. She's actually going to make two or three speeches. Oh. And I will tell you. She's amazing when she speaks. She is an amazing public speaker, so she's agreed to do two or three speeches and I think it's going to be big speeches, important speeches. I think it's going to be great. You mentioned Barron. We'll talk to the other kids in just a minute. How has the experience been for him? He's heard his father say a lot of tough thing, heard a lot of tough things said about his father. I teach him. I explain to him so he knows what's going on and he's taking very well. I keep him balanced and just have him childhood as Normal as possible and he's enjoying his school and his sports. He's a great athlete and I just want to have him out of the spotlight for now. Does he ask you about the news, though? Yes, all the time he ask me about the polls all the time and -- Very cute. Like his dad, he follows the poll. How is he doing in the polls? He's -- of course, he misses his dad a lot at these days but he's doing great. If you could look back over the campaign and say two thing, what has been the best moment and what's been the worst? The best moment the movement that he created and showed people what he wants to do for the country. And the worst I would say dishonest media and unfair media. You guys talk about this a lot. What is so unfair about what the coverage overall. I could just speak for myself that I don't want to mention a specific act but so often they'll say, oh, Donald Trump said this or he said that and what I said was fine. If a Democrat had said it, if Hillary had said it they wouldn't have even thought about it but I'll say something that's perfect and next day it's headlines. Donald Trump said this or that. That comes with the territory, doesn't it. No, no, no, look, I went to an ivy league school. I was a good student. I'm a very smart person. I know what I'm saying. Well -- Sometimes I'll say something absolutely perfect and I'll get a call after an interview like with you, did you say this or that? And they'll skew it so unfairly. People see it for themselves and make up their own mines. They don't really because what happens you poison their minds -- you really do. The media poisons the mind of the American voter. They do. It's unfair but the thing is the American voter is really smart. I mean I'm going to see how smart they are but the American voter, I think the American voter is smarter than the media. It's clear you both feel very, very strongly about this, clearly you know, we know and I answered questions about this. I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. I just start kissing them. He apologized to you for it. They tornado debate you said you didn't. They're false. I have to say that and I didn't even apologize to my wife who is sitting right here because I didn't do anything. Was that okay with you? They were -- they were lies and as I said before, all the accusations, they should be handled in a court of law. You believe the lawsuits should go forward? Yes, I believe that. And because to accuse somebody of -- without evidence, it's very hurtful and it's very damaging and unfair. And but honestly, do we still need to talk about that? I think American people want to hear the problems that we have in America. She's so right about that. She's so right about that. They want to hear what we will do to make America better. Let's talk about jobs. Let's talk about secure our border. That's what American people want to hear about. I think people -- Just to finish, I can't apologize for something that I didn't do. Nothing ever -- It's more likely to go away if you don't sue. We'll see what happen, okay. Let's see what happens on the 8th, November 8th. Have you thought what you'd like to do as first lady. I will focus on helping children and women and also about social media in this 21 century what's going on, it's very hurtful to children, to some adult, as well but we need to take -- Hard to keep it away from your kids. It is but we need to teach them how to use it, what is right to say, what is not right to say and because it's very bad out there and children get hurt. By? By social media. By what's going on and by negativity. You give him advice about tweets. Yes, I do, all the time. Well, look, it's a modern-day form of communication, George and you know, I have between Facebook and Twitter I have 25 million people. It's a big asset. You have to use it right. She'll tell you when you use it wrong. She can give me pretty good advice. What she says is true. I've seen so many people hurt so badly, not just children, I mean just people are hurt so badly by new social media. And she feels very strongly about it. She understands it very well. Very dangerous, "The New York Times" was -- all the people say think you've insulted. That's okay. Most of them deserved it. Were you one of them. Actually, I wasn't. I was a little surprised at that. I'm surprised. Let's go check it. I can't believe I didn't include you. No, look, I believe in fighting back. When people are against me, when they tell lies, you know, I have the power of this instrument and frankly, sometimes I'll use that. And I agree. Sometimes it will revert back or sometimes maybe it doesn't come out -- you have to be careful with it. What do you think about Hillary Clinton, not as a candidate. I know you believe Mr. Trump will be a better president of the United States. What do you think of her as a person? I don't know her that well. I think she's out there fighting. I think it's political machine behind it, behind her. She's protected a lot and they will not say everything what needs to be said. And finally, you're okay with what happens no matter how the vote goes on November 8th? Yes, the lives go on no matter what happens. But he's going to win? I think so. We're fighting till the end. Thank you both. Thank you. Thank you very much. Interesting to see their dynamic. I found out Melania has never been to the white house. Oh, my goodness. Not once so if they win it could be the first time.

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