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First lady talks Trump, Twitter as she tours the pyramids in Egypt

07 October 2018

United States First Lady, Melania Trump, on Saturday arrived in Egypt, the final stop of her four-nation African tour that started earlier this week in Ghana.

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But, speaking of her husband, she said she doesn't "always agree with what he tweets".

Trump received a warm welcome from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his wife, Entissar, at the presidential palace in Cairo before she headed to visit the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx.

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Trump's trip, which took her to Ghana and Malawi as well, has also focused on children - one expressed objective of the trip was to promote her "Be Best" campaign, which promotes "encouragement, kindness, compassion and respect" among kids.

The first lady, who has publicly campaigned against bullying on social media, also told reporters she sometimes disagrees with her husband's caustic tweets.

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"The way she's dressed and the activities she's undertaken reflect an outdated view of the continent", Seay says. "Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't, but I have my own voice and my opinions and it's very important for me that I express what I feel".

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She closed her tour in Egypt by touring the pyramids and the Great Sphinx to highlight USA -backed preservation efforts there.

The U.S. first lady hopscotched across Africa without President Donald Trump, commanding a spotlight that was hers alone.

She was shown a pile of ashes, after the park burnt 105 tonnes of ivory to dissuade people from the trade. "What happened so many years ago is really a tragedy", she said.

First lady talks Trump, Twitter as she tours the pyramids in Egypt