Melania Trump’s Outfit Is Reminding People Of An Indiana Jones Villain

Frederick Owens
October 9, 2018

In other respects, the first lady has gained much praise for her first solo trip overseas due to her interactions with children in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, and Egypt.

The four-country trip was a coming out of sorts for the US first lady on the world stage.

Her stepsons have also been criticised for their passion for hunting.

While in Kenya, visiting the Sheldrick Wildlife Elephant Project overnight, Mrs Trump wore a white button-down shirt, khaki trousers, knee-high brown leather boots and...a pith helmet.

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.

Another key objective of her tour is to promote "education, healthcare, some conservation, and tourism", her spokeswoman said earlier. "I'm against any kind of abuse".

While there, she also received a briefing about USAID's Water Table Reduction Project at the base of the Sphinx, according to the statement.

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In the United States as on the global scene, the First Lady has so far kept away from the action of her husband. "It's very important what we do, what I'm doing with USA aid, and what I do with my initiatives, and I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear".

The hard, brimmed helmets originated in the 19th century and were adopted by military officers in Africa, becoming a symbol of oppression in colonial times. Many described it has a colonial hat.

"I don't always agree what he thinks and I tell him that", Mrs Trump said.

The FLOTUS, on Saturday, ended her week-long trip to Africa with a visit to Giza, Egypt. President Trump has been quoted as saying immigrants from Africa came from "shit-hole countries", though he has denied making the remark. "And I tell him that".

Egypt will be her final stop on her tour of the continent focused on child welfare, education, tourism and conservation. Trump held hands with orphans, cuddled babies, stroked baby elephants and greeted several African first ladies and the Egyptian president with warm smiles. "Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't".

At the end of her trip in Egypt Melania addressed reporters near the Great Sphinx in Egypt. "That's very important. what I'm doing with my initiatives".

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