Melania Bumped By Baby Elephant on Africa Trip

Melania Trump being educated at the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana

Melania Trump being educated at the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana

USA first lady Melania Trump feeds a baby elephant a bottle of milk at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, October 5, 2018.

On Friday, she visited The Nest in Nairobi, an orphanage, where she danced with the children.

Ms Trump then took to the Nairobi National Park and will later visit an orphanage and watch a play.

Trump took the time to read a story to a group of children before a young boy read a story to her in turn.

Melania will leave Kenya for Egypt on Saturday where she will conclude her solo week-long tour of four African countries.

"I was happy that she wanted to interact more, I'm happy that she even went ahead and fed an elephant which I did not expect", said Project Manager and Head Keeper Edwin Lusichi.

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She appears to be relishing her time in Africa.

Another read "69 Days Past the Deadline to Reunite Families", apparently referring to the Trump administration's controversial zero-tolerance immigration policy, which led to the separations of thousands of families on the [which-which] border earlier this year. It began in Ghana on Tuesday and continued in Malawi.

The elephant park was said to be her favourite part of the trip. She bent down and scooped up some of the burned ivory, rubbing it lightly in her hands and spent several minutes asking the warden questions.

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