Melania In Egypt To Visit Pyramids On Final Leg Of Tour


The U.S. first lady arrived in Cairo on Saturday after a flight from Kenya.

Trump is in Africa on a four-nation tour, with plans to visit Egypt this weekend after stops in Ghana, Malawi and Kenya. CNN's Kate Bennett, who has been covering Melania Trump for almost two years, praised the wardrobe choice.

With #FLOTUSinAfricaBingo many are documenting her "tone-deaf fashion" and stereotypes choices.

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US First Lady Melania Trump has found herself in the middle of yet another controversy related to her attire.

"Nobody discussed that with me, and I never heard him saying those comments, and that was anonymous source and I will leave that at that", she said.

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"I think he's highly qualified for the Supreme Court", the first lady told reporters while in Egypt on her first solo overseas trip. They alleged that Trump and her husband, President Donald Trump, are out of touch with modern Africa and only know the region through various stereotypes.

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. "And that's what I want to share, that we care". "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. The people love her, and she loves them!

Standing in front of the Sphinx, Mrs. Trump said she makes her opinions clear with her husband.

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

Ms Trump is expected in the capital city for a two-day visit to highlight United States' support in early-childhood education, wildlife conservation, and HIV prevention. "That's very important. what I'm doing with my initiatives".