Melania Trump Never Told Giuliani She Believes President's Denial of Alleged Stormy Daniels Affair, First Lady's Spokeswoman Says

First lady Melania Trump did not tell President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani that she believed her husband's denials of his alleged affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels, the first lady's spokeswoman said on Thursday.

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"I don't believe Mrs. Trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with Mr. Giuliani," Melania Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham told New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman, according to the reporter.

Yikes. I asked @FLOTUS spokeswoman @StephGrisham45 about Giuliani saying that she believes her husband re Stormy Daniels. Response: “I don't believe Mrs. Trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with Mr. Giuliani.”

— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) June 7, 2018

The former New York City mayor who joined President Trump's legal team in April, claimed at the "Globes" Capital Market Conference in Israel on Wednesday that the first lady "believes her husband and she doesn't think it's true," regarding the affair.

Melania Trump has not commented on the alleged affair between her husband and Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford. Clifford is suing the president to void a nondisclosure agreement she was paid $130,000 to sign in order to stay silent about the alleged sexual encounter.

Grisham's denial is not the first time Giuliani's claims have been shot down and represent another knock on his credibility.

The president in early May undercut Giuliani after the lawyer made statements that departed away from the administration's previous narrative.

"He'll get his facts straight," the president said of Giuliani. "There has been a lot of misinformation. I say, you know what? Learn before you speak. It's a lot easier."

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday also undermined Giuliani's comments on North Korea ahead of a back-on June 12 Singapore summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Giuliani on Wednesday had claimed that Kim "got back on his hands and knees and begged for it, which is exactly the position you want to put him in," regarding the summit.

"I know Rudy. Rudy doesn't speak for the administration when it comes to this negotiation and this set of issues," Pompeo told CNN.

During a White House briefing, Pompeo suggested that Giuliani was joking.

"I took him as being in a small room and not being serious about the comments. I think it was a bit in jest," Pompeo said. "We are focused on the important things."

Giuliani joined the president's legal team to handle special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials during the 2016 presidential election. But Giuliani has since weighed in on other topics, including the alleged Clifford affair.

From the conference Wednesday, Giuliani also belittled Clifford.

"I respect women—beautiful women and women with value—but a woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation, I don't respect," Giuliani said. "Tell me what damage she suffered. Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name."