Later during a visit at the US embassy in Malawi, the first lady called her visit to the school an "amazing experience". "I was heartened to spend time with the students". It's an extension of her "Be Best" campaign promoting children's social and emotional well-being.
President Donald Trump triumphantly tweeted that it's a lovely thing to see how well his wife is doing in Africa.
But since she is fine, guess we are all fine and do not have to worry about owing an explanation to US President Donald Trump why his wife was nudged by an elephant.
The school has more than 8,500 students served by 77 teachers, making for a student-teacher ratio of 111 to 1.
The US First Lady then visited Chipala Primary in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe. He credited the partnership between the USA and Malawi with "significantly" improving students' English and Chichewa reading skills.
Trump on Friday also met with Kenyan first lady Margaret Kenyatta for tea and visited with orphans, dancing with them as they guided her into the orphanage they live in known as The Nest. The high-pitched sounds of women vocalizing were heard at the airport and at her subsequent appearances.
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump quietly made a decision to once again allow Americans to import body parts of African elephants shot for sport.
Along the route from the school to the ambassador's residence, a few white people held up signs.
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