Melania Trump sashays with kids, feeds baby elephant

Melania Trump sashays with kids, feeds baby elephant

The first Lady snaps a selfie while being guided around the park.

Everywhere she has visited during her trip across Africa this week, first lady Melania Trump has cradled infants and held children.

The former model arrived in Malawi to commence her first-ever solo worldwide trip during her role as First Lady.

She also addressed staffers at the United States embassy in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe.

She is contributing to the Trump administration's mixed signaling, participating in a ceremonial donation of more than 1 million textbooks in Malawi, one of the world's poorest countries, on Thursday, even as President Donald Trump has suggested deep cuts to foreign aid funding that could supply future donations.

After the talks, Melania is scheduled to watch a performance by Sarakasi dancers at the Kenya National Theater.

First Lady Melania Trump visits the Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe on October 4, 2018.

The First Lady fed an elephant and met with national park workers.

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Malawi First Lady Getrude Mutharika returned welcomed the US First Lady.

Mrs Trump was received at the Nairobi airport by Kenya's First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and outgoing American ambassador Robert Godec.

She then took to the Nairobi National Park where she spotted rhino, giraffe, hippo, buffalo, zebra and other wildlife.

She also saw a site of an ivory burn that's meant to discourage poachers.

After, Trump visited the Nest Orphanage in Limuru, Kenya - and danced with the children while there.

Trump left the country after five-hours visit and headed to Kenya and she will also visit Egypt having visited Ghana. The first lady was quickly encircled by the gleeful children and she smiled and danced some more.

Earlier this week, when FLOTUS stepped out smiling from ear to ear, bouncing babies on her hips as she toured the maternity ward of a hospital in Ghana, we said we'd never seen her happier.

In August 2016, she took the spouses of the Presidents of Japan, Central Africa Republic, Mauritius, Mali, Somalia, Lesotho and Cote d' Ivoire to the trust, where they had an opportunity to interact with the calves.

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