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Melania Trump Oct 12
An unbelievable experience visiting the Great Pyramid and Sphinx in last week. Thank you President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi & First Lady Entissar Amer for welcoming me with such warm hospitality.
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Melania Trump Oct 10
An amazing stop in the “warm heart of Africa” last week. The staff&children @ Chipala Primary School were filled w/ enthusiasm for education,key to success for generations to come. Thank u for warm welcome&Prof. Mutharika for your hospitality!
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Melania Trump Oct 11
2/2: In visiting children at The Nest Children’s Home impacted me greatly, & I so enjoyed the cultural performance at Kenya National Theatre. Thank you & U.S. Embassy staff for making me feel so welcome.
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MIG Oct 3
First Lady of the whole world is in Africa. . Currently in Ghana . Remember she won't go to Nigeria Ghana 2-0 Nigeria Ghana won along side with best Jollof
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Doug Mills Oct 6
. looks at the sites during a tour of the Sphinx and Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt.
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Melania Trump Oct 11
1/2: In at last week feeding orphaned baby elephants & learning about conservation efforts while exploring beautiful Nairobi National Park.
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Abdoul-Moudjib Oct 3
Why do we like taking foreign dignitaries to Slaves Castles (Cape Coast Castle )? What is the message? Imagine an Israeli dignitary visiting Germany and they take him to visit one of Nazi's concentration camps...
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Lynn Shaw Oct 6
I LOVE her style. I support our First Lady Melania Trump. Our did a tremendous job in Africa.
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Malawi Embassy USA Oct 2
About Lake Malawi: aka Lake of Stars. 9th largest lake in the world & 3rd in Africa. Has more species of fish than any other lake in the world. Home to 1000 species of cichlids. Lake Malawi National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.
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Kate Bennett Oct 5
. gets out of her vehicle with a guide to look at the site of an ivory burn — done to discourage poachers. The mounds are ivory ash. She asked several questions and spent several minutes at the site, then signed the guest book.
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Odev1 Oct 3
Replying to @FLOTUS
THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH. THE BEST
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Kate Bennett Oct 6
Can you spot at the Great Pyramid ?
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Ambassador Bob Godec Oct 5
Thank you for a magical morning with the extraordinary elephants!
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Saul Loeb Oct 6
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❤Jennifer Naida❤ Oct 5
Replying to @GMA
What a beautiful soul...her heart is open to the children of the world.
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Kate Bennett Oct 6
Four countries, six days, 14,680 nautical miles of flying ... 2:00AM and we’re home. is a wrap.
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Tibor Nagy Oct 2
. colleagues in , , , & are excited to have visit Africa on her first solo international trip. will have the opportunity to see the U.S. and Africa partnering in ways that are beneficial to both countries.
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Stephanie Grisham Oct 7
What an amazing trip w ! Thank you to the people of Kenya for the warm welcome. & Nairobi National Park are doing great things!
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Doug Mills Oct 5
. looks towards the zebra's as she visits the Safari at Nairobi National Park in Kenya.
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Kristin Davis Oct 5
It’s also so important that went to see the ashes from the ivory burn in Kenya. She is basically going to the graves of thousands poached elephants and paying her respects. Thank you
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