Published: Thu, October 04, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Melania Trump Touches Down In Accra

Melania Trump Touches Down In Accra

She has accompanied President Donald Trump on foreign visits, but she chose Africa for her first multi-nation trip alone.

She was met by her Ghanaian counterpart Rebecca Akufo-Addo and a group of local schoolchildren in yellow and brown uniforms waving the United States stars and stripes and the Ghanaian flag.

BBC News Africa recently collected reactions to her visit from people on the ground, and they were mostly unenthusiastic with the exception of few. Meanwhile, minority groups and immigrants in the USA have little access to affordable health care as Trump has made the country an increasingly hostile social and political environment.

Now, Melania Trump is in Ghana to "educate herself on the issues facing children on the African continent" while children of immigrants including Africans are being kept in cages by her husband without any remorse.

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Despite Wright's criticism, Mrs. Trump is taking the world by storm. "I don't think I have ever heard her name, Melania".

The first lady did not make a speech but those who met her said afterwards that unlike her mysterious public image she was "warm" and "gentle" in the flesh. "She's really doing a great job as first lady".

The president has denied making the comment.

Devermont told VOA, "It's a little bit unfair because that's not what a first lady's trip should be about". He is with The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. The first lady is visiting Africa on her first big solo global trip, aiming to make child well-being the focus of a five-day, four-country tour. Caty Weaver was the editor.

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