U.S. first lady lands in Cairo as last stop in Africa trip
U.S. first lady lands in Cairo as last stop in Africa trip
First Lady Melania Trump criticised for 'colonial' hat choice in Kenya
07 October, 2018, 15:45
Kim Yi Dionne, a political science professor at the University of California, who specialises in African politics, told New York Times that Melania's understanding of Africa did not keep pace with time. Touched on MeToo. She said she thinks Kavanaugh is "highly qualified" and "I'm glad Dr. Ford was heard".
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She was asked about her decision the day before to wear a safari hat that some people have criticised for its "colonial" associations, but refused to be drawn.
The sartorial choice attracting the most current scrutiny - and the choice Trump was specifically asked about in front of the Sphinx on Saturday - was a pith helmet, which she wore while she toured Nairobi National Park in Kenya on Friday. President Trump has been quoted as saying immigrants from Africa came from "shit-hole countries", though he has denied making the remark. "And that was anonymous source and I would leave it at that", she said.
"Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't", Melania continued.
"I give him my honest opinion and honest advice", she continued. "That's very important. what I'm doing with my initiatives".
Trump received a warm welcome from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his wife, Entissar, at the presidential palace in Cairo before she headed to visit the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
Earlier in the day the former model stepped off a plane at Cairo worldwide airport wearing high-waisted white trousers, a pleated white shirt and a black tie with a beige jacket.
The U.S. Agency for International Development has been working with the Egyptian government on lowering groundwater levels to prevent additional damage to the landmarks. In Kenya she saw baby elephants and visited orphanages, and in Malawi she visited schools, part of her so-called Be Best campaign, which focuses on child welfare.
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