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Melania Trump, ending Africa tour, says glad Kavanaugh, accuser been heard

07 October 2018

"We just completed an wonderful trip - we went to Ghana, we went to Malawi, we went to Kenya, here we are in Egypt", Melania told reporters Saturday.

During her whistlestop five-hour stay, the US First Lady was scheduled to visit the Pyramids of Giza and the new National Museum under construction next door.

Asked if she believed Ford, who alleges that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school, Melania Trump didn't directly answer, but said, "We need to help all the victims, no matter what kind of abuse they had".

"Our country's great First Lady, Melania, is doing really well in Africa".

'I don't always agree what he tweets, ' she said in a rare, unscripted interaction with reporters.

The first lady described her tour, which took her to Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt, as "amazing" and said she hoped people would talk more about her visit and less about her fashion choices.

His confirmation would give the USA president a clear win in his drive to cement conservative dominance of the high court.

"We are having funding, so we are helping the countries, and we are working hard for helping them, and we will continue to help", she said.

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Mrs Trump praised the reception and hospitality she has recieved in Egypt, expressing her appreciation and admiration of ancient Egyptian heritage and her respect for the friendship between the two nations.

Melania arrived in Cairo on Saturday after a flight from Kenya.

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

The first lady said she gives him her "honest opinions and advice", which President Donald Trump "sometimes listens to".

"Nobody discussed that with me, and I never heard him saying those comments".

Her meeting with Sisi and his wife, Entissar Amer, did, however, touch on the Egyptian state's "interest in enhancing the role of women in the society", according to the president's office, though without further details.

With a child's hand clasped in each of hers, Mrs. Trump led the group up a walkway toward the home for orphaned infants, sashaying to the music as she approached a bank of waiting news cameras.

"Melania Trump went on a safari in Kenya wearing a pith helmet - a symbol of European colonial rule across Africa", another person tweeted. "That we care and we want to show the world we care".

Melania Trump, ending Africa tour, says glad Kavanaugh, accuser been heard