Melania Trump in Egypt: the pyramids in the program

Melania Trump in Egypt: the pyramids in the program

Melania Trump in Egypt: the pyramids in the program

In her first worldwide solo trip since Donald took office, Trump has been visiting Africa with the ABC special outlining her efforts as she meets with mothers and children in hospitals, schools, and victims of trafficking. She even tripped when she was feeding the elephants but was able to find her foot before she fell. As she arrived to the Texas Air Force base ahead for the visit, she sported a green jacket with the words "I really don't care".

Trump expressed some transparency with reporters in Egypt about her husband President Donald Trump's own Twitter comments. Photo credit: watoday.comMelania Trump at one of the dungeon doors at Cape Coast Castle.

"She got to know firsthand the people of Africa and they loved and respected her everywhere she went", he continued.

'We went to Ghana, we went to Malawi, we went to Kenya, here we are in Egypt.

The first lady opened the trip in Ghana, where she went to an infant clinic and learned how babies are weighed - in slings that are hooked to a scale.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump feeds a baby elephant milk with a bottle, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, on October 5, 2018.

It was the second time in as many days that the first lady promoted policies out of step with her husband's.

The president is said to have made the remarks about countries in Africa as well as Haiti in January this year - but denies doing so.

Mrs Trump opened her first extended solo worldwide trip on Tuesday in Ghana.

This is a line she's used before, of course, uttered by a White House spokesperson in response to a now infamous Zara anorak jacket bearing the slogan "I don't really care, do u?" she wore while visiting children held in immigration detention in the USA earlier this year.

The first lady came in for some criticism back home for her choice of headgear in Kenya. The whole thing might have been a reminder of how hard and how creatively people work to survive any place where the system seems stacked against them.

According to CNN, she has, in fact, asked her husband to put his phone down occasionally.

Mrs Trump was on hand as the U.S. ambassador handed over another 1.4 million books through a US-funded national reading programme.

The first lady appeared irritated when asked about the white pith helmet, a symbol of British colonial rule, that she had worn in Kenya.

Trump has focused on her signature issue of campaigning for children with stops at a hospital, primary school and an orphanage.

Twitter had a field day with the first lady's look in Egypt.

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