Melania Trump Shows of Dance Moves in Kenya

Melania Trump Shows of Dance Moves in Kenya

Melania Trump Shows of Dance Moves in Kenya

Melania Trump's solo trip to Africa has captivated worldwide aid and global health advocates, who have otherwise watched in frustration as the Trump administration moved to defund and deprioritize longstanding American programs aimed at strengthening Africa and solidifying USA interests across the developing world.

Malawi is the second nation stop on Trump's four-nation tour of the continent that includes Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, and Egypt. "I wanted to be here to see the successful programs that the United States is providing to the children".

She then made a brief stop in Malawi where she toured a primary school. Some children learn lessons outdoors, seated shoulder-to-shoulder on loose, red dirt.

Despite the president's previous statement, Afful said that "she has come to see how wonderful we are".

The famously private first lady is displaying a buoyant mood, which has been noticed around the world.

Do you think Melania Trump's outfit was offensive?

A small handful of protesters held signs along roads in the capital Lilongwe, with one criticising President Trump's reported use of offensive language to describe some African countries earlier this year.

The First Lady's offensive headwear choice comes just months after her explosive, "I really don't care do u?" jacket.

Melania read a story to the same group of children with applauses as another child read a story about the "lion and the mouse".

First lady Melania Trump pets a baby elephant, accompanied by CEO Angela Sheldrick (center) and Kenya's first lady Margaret Kenyatta (right) at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya.

On January 23, 2017, days after his inauguration, US President Donald Trump reinstated a policy that saw US funding cut for foreign charities that provide abortions - even if abortion is legal in that country. The interview, filmed during Trump's solo trip to Africa, with ABC News will air during a 20/20 special next week.

"She loves meeting people, learning new things, and being around kids", Grisham said.

The first lady later left Malawi for Kenya.

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