Melania Trump said on CNN Monday that she has disagreed with "many things" her husband has said or done on the campaign trail.
"I don't agree with everything that he says," she told host Anderson Cooper. "But that is normal. I'm my own person. I tell him what I think. I'm standing very strong on the ground, on my two feet and I'm my own person. And I think that is very important in the relationship."
"Can you say something where you disagreed with him on?" Cooper asked.
"Oh, many things," she responded. "Some language of course."
"Language?" Cooper pressed.
"Yeah, some language. Especially, I was in New Hampshire. The woman was shouting out the inappropriate word. And I was there. And I'm thinking don't repeat it in my head. For him, don't repeat it. Just don't say it because the next day, media all they will talk about is that. But he repeated it."
Melania was referencing a vulgar term the GOP front-runner repeated from the stage of a New Hampshire rally.
"He's with the momentum, he goes with the flow," Melania said. "He goes with the people, they are having fun, everybody is cheering."
Cooper asked, "So he heard from you about that?"
"Yeah. I told him that. Yes," Melania answered.
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