Melania Trump dances with kids, feeds baby elephant during Kenya visit

Melania Trump dances with kids, feeds baby elephant during Kenya visit

Melania Trump dances with kids, feeds baby elephant during Kenya visit

Melania Trump has fed baby elephants as she visits a national park in Kenya to highlight conservation efforts.

ABC News says its reporter Tom Llamas will interview Melania Trump during her trip to Africa for a "20/20" special to air October 12.

The Africa Program Director of Center for Strategic and International Studies, Judd Devermont says that the U.S first lady went on the trip half-heartedly.

In the afternoon, Mrs Kenyatta hosted her U.S. counterpart at State House, Nairobi where they held discussions on their shared interests in areas of health and welfare of mothers and children as well as conservation.

The first lady laughed after one elephant in the group of 18 made a sudden move and she momentarily lost her footing. She came here without Donald Trump and has managed to avoid some of the more uncomfortable situations that previous visitors have faced: President George W. Bush encountered elephants mating when he embarked on a safari in Botswana in 2018.

The youngest First Lady ever was Frances Folsom Cleveland, who was just 21 when she married President Grover Cleveland in 1886.

Trump greeted two administrators as she arrived at the school with Virginia Palmer, the USA ambassador to Malawi. The school is among those in the landlocked country that receive education assistance from the U.S. Agency for International Development, including textbooks.

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"They are simply taking advantage of their First Lady's high profile visit in Malawi to speak out so that the media here takes their message along as well", he said.

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

Mrs Trump, 48, looked briefly alarmed as she stumbled back before dissolving into laughter.

Trump joins other first ladies - including Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama - in embarking on solo trips to Africa.

Egypt will be the next and final stop on her Africa tour.

"We see, first hand, in Malawian hospitals, the shocking effect the budget cuts may ultimately have".

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. They then watched dancers perform three traditional dances, with Malawi's first lady appearing to explain some of the words and movements to Trump.

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