Published: Sun, October 07, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Melania Trump sashays with children at Kenyan orphanage

Melania Trump sashays with children at Kenyan orphanage

The soccer balls bore the logo for her anti-bullying campaign "Be Best", which has been accused of being a rip-off of one of forever first lady Michelle Obama's initiatives.

"I wanted to be here to see the successful programs that [the] United States is providing the children, and thank you for everything you've done", Trump said.

She previously visited Ghana and Malawi.

"That's another book? You have great taste", Melania was heard telling the young boy who was reading the story to the audience.

She also was expected to visit an orphanage and watch a children's performance at Nairobi National Theatre.

In each country on her visit, Melania Trump has seemed at ease, and perhaps happy to be out of Washington.

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US First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Kenya on Thursday night, to a busy schedule of the East African nation, before heading to Egypt.

Beyond hosting first ladies at the White House or meeting with them at the United Nations, it is unclear how much Trump knew about Africa before she chose to visit.

Trump on Friday also met with Kenyan first lady Margaret Kenyatta for tea and visited with orphans, dancing with them as they guided her into the orphanage they live in known as The Nest.

"We want [Melania Trump] to see it that Africans needs worldwide aid particularly on reproductive health which Trump cut, which is affecting women and young girls negatively", Pope told the local Maravi Post. The school has more than 8,500 students served by 77 teachers. More girls than boys were in the first outside lesson, which totaled 275 students.

"Along the route Melania's motorcade took to the ambassador's residence, people held signs saying "#MELANIATOO" with the "ME" in bold. One woman's sign said #MELANIATOO, with the "ME" in bold black. A third sign raised the immigration policy the president once enforced that led to thousands of children being separated from their families after they illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico.

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