Photos ; Melania Trump tours Cape coast Castle

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The First Lady stuck her arm out to push the elephant away, with a frightened expression on her face. Lawmakers essentially ignored those requests. Afterwards, she visited the slave dungeon of the Cape Coast Castle.

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. Just 77 teachers educate more than 8,500 students who attend the school.

"Meeting those children and understanding their different way of life is why I wanted to travel here", she said in a short speech afterwards at the U.S. embassy.

"I am very proud to see the first lady", high school student Sharon Sibo told AFP after being among a group of welcoming pupils at the airport.

The Be Best campaign, which addresses the social well-being of children, was rolled out this year.

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Flying from Ghana, Trump arrived at Kamuzu International Airport on October 4 where she was greeted by Gertrude Maseko, the first lady of Malawi, in a ceremony that featured drummers, dancers, and students waving the flags of both countries. "We want his wife to see it that Africans needs global aid particular on reproductive health which Trump cut which is affecting women and young girls negatively", says Racheal working in health sector in Malawi.

One woman's sign said #MELANIATOO, with the "ME" in bold black.

"US President also has a negative attitude over African People". Many children still have not been reunited with their families.

But if the comments appear to have bothered the First Lady she didn't it show it as she toured outdoor classrooms at Chipala Primary School in Lilongwe, which receives assistance from the US Agency for International Development.

"I think she's kind and nice".

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