'First Lady represented America very well': Trump summarises Melania trip

First Lady Melania Trump criticised for 'colonial' hat choice in Kenya

First Lady Melania Trump criticised for 'colonial' hat choice in Kenya

This comes after the First Lady was heavily criticized on Twitter for her outfit to Kenyan.

At Nairobi National Park on Friday, Trump fed baby elephants and took a safari ride.

She also visited the great pyramids of Giza as well as the Sphinx as part of her visit to the nation.

Although, one outfit Mrs Trump wore on her tour sparked controversy.

Melania Trump is in Africa for her first extended solo trip as First Lady, and visited Nairobi National Park to see its conservation work.

"FBI investigation was done, is completed and Senate voted", Trump said while speaking with reporters in front of the Sphinx in Egypt during her first major solo trip overseas.

People on Twitter are comparing the style choice to looks worn by pop icon Michael Jackson and fictional characters Carmen Sandiego and Indiana Jones. However, her choice of headgear has been questioned.

She toured Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, and Egypt.

"A CNN interview, for instance, featured St. Lawrence University historian and African Studies coordinator Matt Carotenuto likening her outfit to "[showing] up on an Alabama cotton farm in a Confederate uniform", The Hollywood Reporter noted.

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Of course, this isn't the first time Melania has stepped out in a controversial look.

@FLOTUS wore "I don't care" while visiting migrant children & wore the colonial hat while visiting #shithole continent.

Get your tiny violins ready because Melania Trump feels "victimized and even bullied at times" over the criticisms she receives over her attire.

"This is Melania Trump wearing a colonial hat in kenya.This represents the impearism of the west on Africa yet she chose it", another said. This stop, however, was not characterized by what she wore, but her support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Balsey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were teens.

She also expressed her keenness to strengthen the bilateral relations between Cairo and Washington, said Egyptian presidential spokesperson Bassam Radi in a statement.

The low-key tour came to an end as her husband was set to score a big political win after days of acrimonious deadlock inside and outside the Senate over his Supreme Court pick.

In Lilongwe, Malawi, her motorcade passed a sign that read "Welcome to Malawi". We just completed an unbelievable trip.

That she threw on the helmet in Kenya, the birthplace of former President Barack Obama's father - in the past, Melania has helped advance the racist lie that Obama was not an American citizen - added more fuel to the fire.

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