Melania Trump visits Malawi school on solo Africa tour

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Mrs. Trump is visiting Africa on her first big solo worldwide trip, aiming to make child well-being the focus of a five-day, four-country tour.

Trump noted Melania was receiving an wonderful amount of love from Africa, something that made him happy.

One of the protestors told The Maravi Post that Trump's wife visit to Malawi will make a difference to her husband decision over African countries health well-fare.

Melania's first trip to Africa is her first extended solo global trip as First Lady.

In June, Melania Trump's Zara jacket blaring the message 'I REALLY DON'T CARE DO YOU U?' sent shockwaves around the world. "It is a lovely thing to see", Mr Trump tweeted on Thursday, 4 October.

Her visit to Africa comes months after President Trump became under fire for calling African countries "Shithole".

Egypt will mark her final stop on her tour of the continent which focuses on child welfare, education, tourism and conservation.

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Kenya is the third stop on her Africa tour, which began on Tuesday in Ghana and continued in Malawi on Thursday.

Also at the airport to receive her was US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and Mrs Kenyatta's Chief of Staff Constance Gakonyo, among others.

But none of that was up for discussion as Mrs. Trump visited with happy schoolchildren and their teachers in the Malawian capital.

Mrs Trump's visit to Kenya follows a discussion she held with Mrs Kenyatta at the White House in Washington, DC in August this year when the Kenyan First Lady accompanied President Uhuru Kenyatta on his visit.

And two other white people had a "welcome to Malawi # notashithole!" sign.

Mrs Trump was coming from Kamuzu International Airport to Kamuzu Palace during her five hours charity trip to Malawi.

"I was heartened to spend time with the students and was honoured to donate school supplies and soccer balls".

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