Melania Trump reveals how she keeps husband Donald from Twitter

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As dancers performed and music played, she adjusted her jacket (Ralph Lauren), pulled her hat (Chanel) down over her eyes, and ensured that every angle was captured as her tour through Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt came to a close Saturday. The first lady has said that she looks forward to spreading the message of her "Be Best" child-welfare initiative.

She said: "I want to talk about my trip, and not what I wear. I'm glad that Judge Kavanaugh was heard", according to the Mirror. Mr. Mart is a professor at Lawrence University.

"Melania Trump looks like she's stolen Hannibal Lecter's Florence suits", another said.

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.

But, what caught the attention of many people especially the media was the white hat she was wearing. "It is great to see".

As always, Trump was unable to avoid criticism on her trip.

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Has his departure from Andrews air force base on Monday, it has drawn numerous comments on his heels with leopard pattern.

"Do you have any idea how offensive it is to wear a pith helmet in Kenya or anywhere else across the region?" wrote Twitter user Joost_fontein in response to a video the First Lady posted of the excursion. Social networks and global press have seized on this, which in Africa remains a symbol of colonial domination. Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't, but I have my own voice and opinions, and it's very important to me I express what I feel'. In the end, she noted, he's the President and does what he likes.

She was scheduled to tour the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx before leaving for the United States later on Saturday.

Ms. Trump has left Egypt in the late afternoon.

Washington has long maintained a strong relationship with Cairo, which was briefly soured by the ouster of president Mohamed Mursi in 2013 and the temporary suspension of $1.3bn in military aid under US President Barack Obama.

Everything about her tour to Africa was ideal but her dressing while in Kenya is what has made her tour to Africa look bad. Image copyright AFP Image caption She visited a former slave fort the next day and is pictured here in the "Door of No Return" - the last bit of African soil slaves touched before being sent to the Americas.