Melania Trump Told Reporters She 'Doesn't Always Agree' With Her Husband

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

The first Lady snaps a selfie while being guided around the

Mrs Trump described her tour as "amazing" and she said she hoped the talk would focus on her visit, rather than her fashion choices. I give him my honest opinion and honest advice.

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

Her visit will wrap up what has been considered a successful trip, where she has been promoting her Be Best program, focusing on things like cyberbullying and wellbeing.

She wore local designers when on tour, and a number of emerging and African-American designers when at home.

Responding to the press on Saturday, Ms. Trump has deemed "highly qualified" Mr. Kavanaugh, but at the same time the so-called "happy" that one of his accusers, Christine Ford, was heard.

She replied with a laugh and said "yes".

However, she declined to say if she believed the accusations.

She added: "We need to help all of the victims no matter what kind of abuse they had".

That colonial hat! Let them eat cake Melania!

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People on Twitter are comparing the style choice to looks worn by pop icon Michael Jackson and fictional characters Carmen Sandiego and Indiana Jones.

She shared, "Well, I don't always agree [with] what he thinks and I tell him that".

According to a statement by the Egyptian presidency on Saturday, El-Sisi expressed to Mrs Trump Egypt's keenness on boosting the special strategic partnership between the two countries. President Trump has been quoted as saying immigrants from Africa came from "shit-hole countries", though he has denied making the remark.

"What interests me in this relationship is not just finding pretty clothes - a lot of people can do that", he told the Times.

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

"I'm not elected, he's the president", the First Lady said.

"Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't", Melania continued. Kim Yi Dionne, a political-science professor who specializes in African politics at the University of California, Riverside created the hashtag and told the New York Times that her questionable choice of attire is more about her antiquated understanding of Africa.

"It's very important what I do, what we are doing with USAID, what we are doing with my initiatives".

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