Melania Trump Says She's Told Donald Trump To Put His Phone Down

Melania Trump Says She's Told Donald Trump To Put His Phone Down

But for many observers it will be remembered for her choice of headgear.

The First Lady has been criticised for choosing to wear a pith hat while on safari in Kenya, after its connections to colonialism.

Melania Trump has revealed even she sometimes finds herself begging the President to stop tweeting.

Terminal 2 will be closed ahead of US First Lady Melania Trump's arrival on Thursday night.

The First Lady later visited an orphanage, where she played with babies and read a book to the young children, before heading to watch a dance performance at the Nairobi National Theatre. She also visited Ghana and Malawi.

Melania Trump is offering some supportive words for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Washington has been gripped by high drama and emotion for days, from the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford - who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault - to protests against his nomination which saw more than 300 arrests, including celebrities.

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Asked whether she's ever told her husband to put his phone down, she smiled and said yes.

"Posting on Twitter in view of his 53,600 followers, he penned: "⁦@FLOTUS [Melania Trump]⁩ tells reporters in Egypt she wishes people would focus on what she does, not what she wears".

US First Lady Melania Trump was welcomed by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his wife, Entissar, on Saturday after she flew in from Kenya as part of her first solo African trip.

President Trump has been quoted as saying immigrants from Africa came from "shithole countries". "It is a attractive thing to see".

"We care, and we want to show the world that we care, and I've partnered and am working with USAID", Trump said, referring to the U.S. Agency for International Development.

It was her first major solo trip overseas and a rare example of a time when she has answered questions by reporters.

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