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For her part, Melania Trump expressed her keenness to promote cooperation between the two countries, especially in the social fields, as an extension of the fruitful partnership between Egypt and the United States.
She shared, "Well, I don't always agree [with] what he thinks and I tell him that".
It was the second time in as many days that the first lady promoted policies out of step with her husband's.
US First Lady Melanie Trump has made some unusual - and sometimes freakish - fashion choices and she's in the news again for something she wore during her tour of Africa.
"I'm glad Dr. Ford was heard". "I'm against any kind of abuse".
During her whistlestop five-hour stay, the US First Lady was scheduled to visit the Pyramids of Giza and the new National Museum under construction next door.
"She was comfortably stowed in the back seat of a Toyota Land Cruiser; however, the helmet is largely used as more of a sun hat", he added.
Reporters asked her opinion about the judge, and she said he was "highly qualified" to join the court.
Image copyright Reuters Image caption The US First Lady's decision to wear a pith helmet on safari in Kenya has drawn criticism.
Journalists in Egypt, she said: "I would like people to focus on what I'm doing, not on what I'm wearing". In June, however, she wore a jacket that said "I Don't Care, Do U?" while visiting immigrant children in Texas.
"Nobody discussed that with me (during the trip), and I never heard him saying those comments".
Joshua Meservey, a senior Africa policy analyst at the conservative Heritage Institute, said there were modest expectations for the first lady's trip, and she largely met them, avoiding any major gaffes along the way.
"Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't", Melania continued.
"I give my honest opinion and honest advice". People love it, and she loves them.
Trump made a brief stop at the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy in downtown Cairo, driving through streets almost deserted because of a national holiday marking the 45th anniversary of Egypt's 1973 war with Israel. Then, in Malawi, the first lady visited a primary school that has been struggling with high enrollment and donated 1.4 million books, school supplies, and soccer balls.
"You know what? We just completed an fantastic trip".