Donald Trump: Africans Love Melania

The Oguahene's palace was quiet when Melania Trump visited Source Facebook

The Oguahene's palace was quiet when Melania Trump visited Source Facebook

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has several active reading programs and retention-focused initiatives at schools in Malawi.

In one widely shared photograph, Donald Trump Jr poses with a knife in one hand and an elephant tail in the other, the animal's corpse beside him.

Malawi's schools have received some 9.6 million books under the programme in the past few years.

According to Malawi State House official says Mrs Trump was looking forward to seeing how the U.S. can continue working together with Malawi to support a USAid programme that is focused on children's education. She previously visited Ghana and Malawi.

"What an unbelievable experience".

"I was heartened to spend time with the students and was honoured to donate school supplies and soccer balls". "I'm the least racist person you have ever interviewed".

Mrs. Trump is on her first-ever visit to Africa and her first extended solo worldwide trip as first lady.

"I have covered [ Melania Trump ] for nearly two years and have never seen her smile and laugh more than she is now with these baby elephants". Welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome all of you. We are happy today.

Trump toured the classroom, as well as helped the children learn English.

The school is struggling with only 75 teachers looking after around 8,000 enrolled children. More girls than boys were in the first outside lesson, which totaled 275 students.

"She's shining a light on some of the great things the doing in Malawi and Africa". Lawmakers essentially ignored those requests.

Melania was visiting the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi when she was photographed in khaki pants and a pith helmet. The first lady thanked educators for helping the children "be best" throughout their school experience.

Melania Trump's solo trip to Africa has captivated worldwide aid and global health advocates, who have otherwise watched in frustration as the Trump administration moved to defund and deprioritize longstanding American programs aimed at strengthening Africa and solidifying US interests across the developing world.

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