In June, however, she wore a jacket that said "I Don't Care, Do U?" while visiting immigrant children in Texas. Now the wife of the head of the White house was staying in Kenya, where he had been on Safari. A campaign she launched in May to focus on overall child well-being, with emphasis on opioid addiction and online behaviour.
Trump drew some criticism for wearing a white pith helmet during a safari in Kenya because of its association with the exploitation of Africans.
At the end of her trip in Egypt Melania addressed reporters near the Great Sphinx in Egypt.
The first lady rarely talks to reporters, and she chose a historic site to do so, near the Great Sphinx.
"Her husband has been the biggest disgrace to any achievements of the women's movement, so they might need to turn their attention there first", said Rabab El Mahdi, a professor of political science at the American University of Cairo, when asked for her reaction to Trump's visit and her agenda.
She also expressed her keenness to strengthen the bilateral relations between Cairo and Washington, said Egyptian presidential spokesperson Bassam Radi in a statement.
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Standing over his vehicle , the Briton said: "Austin is usually a good track for us, so I can't wait to unleash this beast there". Bottas hadn't demonstrated as much pace as last weekend but was still backing up Hamilton in second.
Melania Trump, who donated 1.4 million dual-language textbooks to children in Malawi, was asked by a reporter if she meant to go home and ask the president about more funding for the aid agency.
She also addressed a press conference where she spoke on a range of issues including her husband's reputation in Africa and her fashion sense. People love it, and she loves them.
"I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear", she said bluntly.
During her trip, the First Lady's focus has been on humanitarian efforts, specifically those funded by United States government aid, and those that work to better the lives of children.
The first lady of the USA - a unusual, technically unelected, position which really seems to exist only to free the manly president's mind from silly girly things like children's health and the arts - wears clothes. The insider also went on to say that Melania thinks "Michelle Obama was never under this much of a microscope when it came to her fashion choices", but, uh, for the record, conservatives loved to criticize Michelle Obama for baring her arms in sleeveless dresses.
The First Lady laughed as she admitted she's told her husband to put the phone down amid one of his famed rants.