Melania Trump to Speak to Fox News (Update)

Donald Trump's wife Melania has not been heard from since she was accused of lifting Michelle Obama's speech at the RNC. 

Despite the fact that Melania said she wrote the speech with very little help, once it was pointed out how similar it was to Obama's speech, the Trump's then blamed a speech writer. 

Since that day, Melania has barely been heard from. 

But now she is going on Fox News (surprise) to talk to Ainsley Earhardt about her husband's "grab their pussy" comments and other topics. 

MELANIA TRUMP: “Those words, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate.  And he apologized to me.  And I expect -- I accept his apology.  And we are moving on,” Trump said about the Access Hollywood tapes.  

AINSLEY EARHARDT:  “From a woman's perspective, what were your thoughts when you heard those tapes?”

TRUMP:  “I -- this is not the man that I know.  This is -- we could see, as I always said, as my husband said, as well, for a successful businessman, entrepreneur, entertainer to achieving so much in his life, being in so many shows, so many tapes, it's very hard to run for public office.  And he did this anyway.  He said, I want to help American people.  I want to keep America safe.  I want to bring back jobs, bring back economy, so our children, our futures will be the best way possible.”

As for her husband's constant attacks on Bill Clinton, despite the fact that he is running against Hillary: 

EARHARDT:  “Is it fair for the media to bring up Bill Clinton's past or for Donald Trump to bring up Bill Clinton's past?”

TRUMP:  “Well, if they bring up my past, why not?”

EARHARDT:  “So they -- they're asking for it?”

TRUMP:  “They're asking for it.  They started.  They started from the -- from the beginning of the campaign putting my -- my picture from modeling days.  That was my modeling days and I'm proud what I did.  I worked very hard.”

The full interview will air on Tomorrow's Fox and Friends. 

Update: CNN announced that Melania Trump will be on Anderson Cooper tonight at 8PM.