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In First Solo TV Interview, Melania Trump Says She Doesn't Always Agree With Her Husband

Playing In First Solo TV Interview, Melania Trump Says She Doesn't Always Agree With Her Husband

Donald Trump's wife Melania got personal in her first solo TV interview on Wednesday morning - and revealed she doesn't always agree with her husband.

Read: Could Melania Trump Be the 'Jackie O of the 21st Century'? 

MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski asked her: “He curses. He gets rough. Do you tell him what you think?”

“Do I agree with him all the time? No,” Melania replied. “I tell him my opinions, sometimes he listen sometimes he don't.”

The GOP frontrunner’s third wife told Brzezinski that her husband treats men and women equally.

"I see him in life, he treats women the same as men," she said. "He will tell you what is in his heart, what he thinks. He will not hold it back if you’re a woman, you’re human. If you’re a woman or a man, it’s no different, you’re human."

The interview comes on the heels of Trump's decisive victory in the Nevada caucus on Tuesday.

He received 46 percent of the vote ahead of Marco Rubio, who received 24 percent. Ted Cruz came in third place with 21 percent.

Read: Trump Says 'I Don't Like Fighting with the Pope' As He Tries to Calm Feud 

Trump celebrated with his sons Donald Jr. and Eric by his side.

“We won with the old, we won with the young, we won with the highly educated, we won with the poorly educated. We love the poorly educated,” the real estate mogul said.

But Rubio claims he can still win – if everyone else quits.

Rubio told CBS This Morning on Wednesday: “The overwhelming majority - 55 percent - did not vote for Donald Trump. It's just divided up among four other people, and that’s helping Donald Trump.”

Watch: Donald Trump Mocked in 'Game of Thrones' Mashup 

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