President Trump Tried to Kiss Another Woman Around The Time He Married Melania

President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House. Former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy accused Trump of kissing her in an elevator around the time he married First Lady Melania. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Updated | President Donald Trump tried to kiss former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy around the time he was marrying First Lady Melania Trump, she said.

Huddy, who is now a radio show host on WABC Radio, told Mornin With Bill Schulz on that Trump tried to kiss her while she was in an elevator with him. It's unclear whether it was before or after he married Melania, since, according to Page Six, Huddy doesn't remember the exact date.

"He took me for lunch at Trump Tower, just us two," Huddy said. "He said goodbye to me in an elevator while his security guy was there, rather than kiss me on the cheek he leaned in to kiss me on the lips."

Huddy said she wasn't offended but was definitely surprised.

"But I didn't feel threatened," she said. "He used to watch Fox & Friends, the show I was hosting on the weekend. Whatever, everything was fine. It was a weird moment. He never tried anything after that, and I was never alone with him."

After the awkward kiss, she went outside to meet a friend when Trump invited both of them back up to see The Apprentice set.

"Everything was copacetic after that," she said.

But it wasn't "copacetic" forever. Huddy said that she wasn't offended at the time, yet she wished she would have resisted his advances.

"Now I have matured I think I would say, 'Woah, no,' but at the time I was younger and I was a little shocked," she said. "I thought maybe he didn't mean to do it, but I was kind of making excuses."

This isn't something Trump has been private about, either. Huddy said he later joked about it in an appearance on the syndicated Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, which was canceled in 2009.

"Trump was a guest and he came on stage, he said, to the audience and producers, not on camera, 'I tried hitting on her but she blew me off.' He was laughing," Huddy said.

She worked for 14 years at Fox News before joining Fox's local channel WNYW in New York in 2012 to co-anchor the early morning show Good Day Wake Up. Huddy left WNYW/Fox in September 2016.

Earlier this year, reports indicated that Huddy received a settlement from 21st Century Fox after a harassment complaint against anchor Bill O'Reilly. And she wasn't happy with Trump's reaction to O'Reilly's alleged sexual misconduct news.

"When all the stuff came out about Bill O'Reilly, Donald Trump was one of the people who said, 'I don't believe this happened and I don't believe he did it,'" Huddy said. "I was actually very disappointed in Trump, I thought, 'You know what, f--- you.'"

An earlier version of this article mistakenly said that Trump's appearance was at a Fox News show and that she left the news channel after her settlement. We regret the errors.