First Lady Melania Trump tours the Egyptian pyramids and Sphinx in Giza, Egypt, Oct. 6, 2018, the final stop on her 4-country tour through Africa. Getty Images/Saul Loeb

President Donald Trump’s White House continues to employ individuals who cannot be trusted, first lady Melania Trump revealed during an interview with ABC’s Tom Llamas. Melania was interviewed during her Kenya trip and clippings aired Wednesday on "Good Morning America."

“You always need to watch your back,” Melania said, adding it was not true she has 100 percent control over Trump. "Being Melania – The First Lady" will air this Friday at10 pm EDT on ABC.

During the interview, Melania also spoke about the #MeToo movement just days after Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation. She said women who make accusations of sexual abuse "need to be heard" and supported but there needs to be "really hard evidence" and accusers should "show the evidence."

"You cannot just say to somebody 'Oh I was sexually assaulted, or you did that to me,' because sometimes the media goes too far. The way they portray some stories; it's not correct, it's not right," she said.

Trump, who has been accused of sexual assault by numerous women over the years, has said it's "a scary time" for men facing allegations from years ago, as with Kavanaugh.

Melania also revealed frustrations she felt about being the first lady, saying some groups refused to cooperate with her because of her husband’s politics.

“It's sad to see that organizations and foundations I want to partner with choose not to because of the administration... And I feel they are choosing the politics over helping others," she said. However, she refused to name the groups saying, “they know who they are.. I don't want to put them out in front of the world.”