In a statement, The White House has revealed that Margaret and Melania “focused on their common goals and their respective initiatives on behalf of children” citing the Kenyan First Lady’s Beyond Zero Initiative and Mrs. Trump’s Be Best campaign.
The first ladies are united under the goal of improving and protecting the well-being of children, the statement added.
The statement noted that Melania Trump has plans to visit Africa in October, however it did not indicate which countries she will be visiting.
It was a pleasure having @FirstLadyKenya at the @WhiteHouse today. I enjoyed learning about @BeyondZeroKenya & discussing our shared concerns for the well-being of children. #BeBest pic.twitter.com/MNrXaL7f16
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) August 27, 2018
“The determination with which Kenya strives to create better lives for its children is a shared compassion with the United States,” Mrs. Trump said.
“I am very much looking forward to visiting Africa. Thank you to First Lady Margaret Kenyatta for coming to the White House today. I look forward to future opportunities for us to collaborate.”