America’s first lady Melania leaves Kenya for Egypt

Melania Trump was steadied by her security guard after an elephant nearly knocked her over

Image Melania Trump was steadied by her security guard after an elephant nearly knocked her over

"We just completed an unbelievable trip - we went to Ghana, we went to Malawi, we went to Kenya, here we are in Egypt", the first lady told reporters Saturday. As first lady, Hillary Clinton also made two trips accompanied by her teenage daughter with stops in Senegal, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Uganda, Eritrea, Morocco and Tunisia.

Melania Trump said in an exchange with reporters that she doesn't always agree with everything her husband, President Donald Trump, says and does.

Seay did praise Trump for one item on her itinerary: a trip she took to Cape Coast castle, a former slave trading fort in Ghana.

Seay insists that the valuable focus of a first lady could have been better applied in contexts that felt more representative of the triumphs and challenges of today's Africa.

The first lady of United States is on her week-long tour to Africa.

She also addressed a press conference where she spoke on a range of issues including her husband's reputation in Africa and her fashion sense.

Trump arrived in Kenya on Friday, the second-to-last country on her swing across the continent.

Mrs. Trump seemed reticent at first but she eventually stepped down from the platform she was standing on to take a large milk bottle with a big red nipple and feed some of the orphaned elephants being raised at the park a few miles outside of downtown Nairobi. During her visit to Kenya, she was also shown a pile of ash of ivory that was seized and burnt in the country recently.

Melania Trump, no stranger to sartorial controversy, is facing criticism for a hat she wore during her solo trip to Africa.

"I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear", she said, before posing for pictures in front of some of Egypt's greatest landmarks.

"Thank you for what you do and taking care of them", Trump told the orphanage's staff after learning more about the facility and the circumstances that brought numerous young children and babies to it. Photo credit: Ben CurtisUS First Lady, Melania Trump looks on as she visits a school in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Asked if she believed Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual abusing her when they were teenagers, the first lady said, "I will move on that".

After an outdoor book reading session, she was encircled by the same children she led up the driveway as they sang and danced some more.

She was briefed on the children living at the house for babies. Trump has twice tried unsuccessfully to slash USAID's budget by a third.

I must say that Melania is regularly criticized for the choice of clothing - not the label, the style, and compare with other well-known characters.

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