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Melania Trump puts on happier face during Africa tour

09 October 2018, 04:14 | Erica Roy

Melania Trump puts on happier face during Africa tour

First Lady Melania Trump Draws Criticism for Wearing a Pith Helmet During Tour of Africa

On his sharp words on Twitter: "I don't always agree with his tweets and I tell him that".

'I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear'. Who could forget the time she wore a pair of Manolo Blahnik stiletto heels to tour a Puerto Rican disaster zone?

Trump drew some criticism for wearing a white pith helmet during a safari in Kenya because of its association with the exploitation of Africans.

Her visit will wrap up what has been considered a successful trip, where she has been promoting her Be Best program, focusing on things like cyberbullying and wellbeing.

According to reports by CNN, they explained her style f dressing as "evocative of colonialists".

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: What's for the First Lady after her solo Africa tour? "It's very emotional", Trump said after her visit.

Of course, the press and social media can sometimes be ruthless when attacking her attires but it's part of being a public person - every celebrity out there goes through at least this! After traveling to Ghana and Malawi, she arrived in Kenya on Friday, where she visited an orphanage called The Nest in Nairobi. This stop, however, was not characterized by what she wore, but her support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Balsey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were teens. President Trump has been quoted as saying immigrants from Africa came from "shit-hole countries", though he has denied making the remark.

Her visit has included promoting the work of the US Agency for International Development, whose funding President Donald Trump has twice proposed slashing by almost a third.

The White House is yet to comment on the helmet controversy. "We used to see it sometimes with Michelle Obama".

A few hours earlier, surrounded by very tight security measures, the First Lady was greeted at Cairo airport by the wife of president Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, Entissar al-Sissi.

While visiting the Sheldrick Wildlife Elephant Project in Kenya, the First Lady topped her outfit with a white pith helmet.

The First Lady laughed as she admitted she's told her husband to put the phone down amid one of his famed rants.

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