Trump's donation of school supplies in Malawi, as well as her visit to an orphanage in Kenya, were part of a child well-being initiative called "Be Best", which she launched earlier this year. She added, "I give him my honest opinion and honest advice". While there, she also received a briefing about USAID's Water Table Reduction Project at the base of the Sphinx.
Although the day was largely uneventful, video footage of her visit showed one of the baby elephants almost knocking Melania over as she approached.
"I'm glad Dr. Ford was heard".
"I would say if we're talking about the Supreme Court and Judge Kavanaugh, I think he's highly qualified for the Supreme Court".
She said: 'You know what? "I am against any kind of abuse or violence".
Trump drew some criticism for wearing a white pith helmet during a safari in Kenya because of its association with the exploitation of Africans.
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I'm gonna to aim right between that man's eyes and this is never over. "To be honest, I prefer that anyway". He doesn't want to be around these people.
"This is a first lady who's very, very careful about what she wears and what messages she does send, from her clothes to her facial expressions to ... how she looks and acts", Bennett told NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
According to a statement by the Egyptian presidency on Saturday, El-Sisi expressed to Mrs Trump Egypt's keenness on boosting the special strategic partnership between the two countries.
It comes after the USA president allegedly called some African countries "shitholes" during a White House meeting on immigration in January. "And I tell him that". She launched the campaign in May to focus on the overall child well-being, with an emphasis on opioid addiction and online behavior.
"You know what, we just completed an wonderful trip", she said Saturday from Egypt. He listened sometimes, and sometimes did not, she said.
Trump seemed to snap when asked by reporters about the chosen headgear.
She wore slacks and a tie as she stepped off the plane in Cairo, where she proceeded to the presidential palace, an ornate cream stone building with arabesque designs.
In Ghana, she visited an old fort and slave-holding.
In Lilongwe, Malawi, her motorcade passed a sign that read "Welcome to Malawi".