She also echoed her husband's criticism of the media.
The First Lady, who spoke while in Kenya last week, bristled when host Tom Llamas suggested that her answer could be seen as unsupportive of victims.
When asked if she supports the Me Too movement, Melania said she supports women who have come forward to speak about their negative sexual experiences.
Asked if that means she thinks accused men have been unfairly treated, she said the accused have to provide proof to be believable.
"We need to have a really hard evidence that if you're accused of something, show the evidence".
Trump also said that some organizations and foundations were unwilling to partner with her due to their distaste for the administration in another portion of the interview aired on Tuesday.
"I feel like they're choosing politics over helping others", she told Llamas. "And, you know, also men, not just women".
Even so, the first lady couldn't totally escape having a frank conversation about #MeToo.
But Kavanaugh denied the claims against him, with his confirmation to the Supreme Court confirmed last weekend. He also has expressed concern for men in this #MeToo moment. You can not just say to somebody "I was sexually assaulted, ' or 'you did that to me".
"You can not just say to somebody, I was sexually assaulted or you did that to me ... sometimes the media goes too far, the way they portray some stories, it's not correct, it's not right", she said. "They don't have any facts", she had said.