There is no evidence the Clinton campaign had a hand in getting the images published. Trump has denied illegally entering the country.
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"They want to hurt my reputation," she told Earhardt. "I will not allow that."
Still, Trump accused the media of working with Clinton's campaign.
"I see it's like a Clinton machine behind it," she told Earhardt. "And they are playing politically correct games and they have perfected it very well."
Trump spoke with Earhardt and CNN's Anderson Cooper this week, marking her first public addresses in months and the first since allegations of sexual misconduct were levied against her husband, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
"His life was an open book," she told Earhardt. "A lot of people know about it. My husband, he's raw and he's real. And he tells it as it is. He doesn't want to brush it off under the rug, the stuff that -- that he would just say. Everything is perfect, because it's not. Let's look at the reality, what's really going on in the United States."