Despite her expressed desires, a series of beige outfits Trump wore on her trip to Africa has been under scrutiny - not because critics find them unfashionable, but rather, because they say the clothing references harmful colonialist attitudes about the continent.
Asked about the judge, Mrs Trump said he was "highly qualified" to join the court.
When asked what message she wanted to send on behalf of her husband's administration, the first lady said her trip was meant to "show the world that we care".
While in Africa, Trump has gone into nearly no specifics about her visit, except to say that she has hoped to learn more about life in Africa and to promote her child-focused "Be Best" platform.More news: Broken neck: All Blacks expect Cane to play again
"That's very important what I do, what we're doing with USA aid, and what I do with my initiatives, and I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear", she said, per the Associated Press. "Do U?" jacket she wore on the way to visit detained migrant children in Texas in June.
"I give my honest opinion and honest advice".
"Melania Trump went on a safari in Kenya wearing a pith helmet - a symbol of European colonial rule across Africa", another person tweeted. "She feels like no other first lady has come under this much scrutiny over their wardrobe, and she feels victimized and even bullied at times".
Ever since she became the First Lady, Melania Trump has been at the center of criticism many times, especially for the way she dresses.More news: That latest warning from your Facebook friends is a hoax, officials say
@Thoreaus_Horse said: "Melania trump is showing up in these colonial imperialist landowner outfits in Africa and Egypt".
US First Lady Melania Trump was received on Saturday by Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and his wife Entissar Mohamed Amer at the Presidential Palace in Cairo.
"I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear". Melania Trump arrived in Egypt a week after Amal Fathy, an actor and former activist, was jailed for two years for publishing a video discussing sexual harassment in Egypt. The first lady went to the national theatre in Nairobi on the play.More news: Doctor Who Time & What Channel Today: BBC America in the US