Published: Tue, October 09, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Melania Trump: I don’t always agree with Trump, and I tell him

Melania Trump: I don’t always agree with Trump, and I tell him

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First Lady Melania Trump's questionable attire has become the focal point of her four-country African tour, along with her voicing support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

A beaming US First Lady Melania Trump greets flower girls at Cairo International Airport flanked by her Egyptian counterpart Intissar Amer al-Sisi.

"I give my honest opinion and honest advice".

The four-country trip was a coming out of sorts for the USA first lady on the world stage. She also had on a tan fedora and black tie.

Melania Trump also visited a children's orphanage in Nairobi and was went to the National Theatre where she saw children performing.

She added: "I tell him my opinions and maybe in some of them we don't agree".

Trump said she wanted the world to know what she did in Africa. "I'm against any kind of abuse".

In the United States as on the worldwide scene, the First Lady has so far kept away from the action of her husband.

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While speaking to press in Egypt, Melania Trump said she wishes people would "focus on what I do, not what I wear".

The white pith helmet she wore as she passed by zebras, giraffes and other animals in Nairobi National Park made headlines, as Africans accused her of being insensitive by wearing the hat that was often donned by colonisers of tge continent. That type of hat was favored by 19th century European colonialists.

Per the New York Times, several people on Twitter have denounced her choice.

It's interesting that she feels like that considering she wore a jacket reading 'I don't really care, do you?' while visiting immigrant children separated from their parents and detained in cages.

When she visited David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi National Park ready to bottle-feed orphaned baby elephants, Mrs Trump wore a white pith hat, riding pants and boots similar to those worn by European colonial masters.

It comes after the U.S. president allegedly called some African countries "shitholes" during a White House meeting on immigration in January.

"What interests me in this relationship is not just finding pretty clothes - a lot of people can do that", he told the Times.

In a rare speech in front of the press Saturday in Egypt, Ms. Trump has said that the goal of his trip was to "show the world" that the United States will help african countries. He listened sometimes, and sometimes did not, she said.

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