"I support the women, and they need to be heard", she said.
The interview takes place overseas, following President Donald Trump's wife on a tour of four African countries.
Watch her full interview here.
"I give him my honest advice and honest opinions, and then he does what he wants to do", Trump said.
The revelation came when Llamas asked Trump what surprised her about being First Lady. We need to support them.More news: Michael charges into Southeast after slamming north Florida
She added that women who come forward as victims should be prepared to back up their claims. Watching one top Trump official after another parade in, purportedly serendipitously, to insist that the White House was a sea of tranquility "felt, frankly, ridiculous after a while", she said.
But, after bringing it up herself, she refused Llamas' request to provide what you might call hard evidence, by naming some examples.
His latest pick for the US Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, saw his nomination almost go up in flames after a university research psychologist accused him of sexually assaulting her when they were teens.
Trump also told ABC that she's been forthcoming with her husband about those she doesn't necessarily trust, saying "some people, they don't work there anymore".
Mrs. Trump was interviewed on her Kenya trip by ABC, which aired portions today on "Good Morning America". "We need to support them, and you know also men not just women".
"I feel like they're choosing politics over helping others", she told Llamas.