Trump has previously faced criticism for wearing a jacket that said "I really don't care, do u?" while visiting immigrant children detained at the United States border and for wearing R9,000 Manolo Blahnik pumps to visit the site of Hurricane Harvey.
CAIRO Melania Trump says she has, at times, told the president to put his phone down.
Kavanaugh, who denies the allegation, is expected to be confirmed by the Senate as a Supreme Court justice this weekend.
Washington has been gripped by high drama and emotion for days, from the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford - who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault - to protests against his nomination.
Members of Congress had the opportunity to review the FBI's completed report this week, and a final vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation, which is expected to pass, is slated for Saturday afternoon.
The First Lady later visited an orphanage, where she played with babies and read a book to the young children, before heading to watch a dance performance at the Nairobi National Theatre.
She added: "We need to help all of the victims no matter what kind of abuse they had".
Melania Trump has been criticised for a particularly eyebrow-raising fashion choice while on tour in Africa.More news: Chelsea join Man City and Liverpool at Premier League summit
She replied with a laugh and said "yes".
The former model stepped off a plane at Cairo worldwide airport wearing high-waisted white trousers, a pleated white shirt and a black tie with a beige jacket hung over her shoulders.
The First Lady of the USA showed off a tan-and-white look while exploring Egypt.
In Egypt, tight security was in place across the capital for her visit which comes as security forces face a persistent militant insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula across the Suez Canal to the northeast.
In her meeting with President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and Egyptian First Lady Entissar al-Sisi at Cairo-based Presidential Palace on Saturday, Melania voiced her admiration for the Egyptian civilization.
Bilateral relations have since stabilised.
A hat that the First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, wore during her visit to Kenya has caused global uproar due to its perceived symbolism.
In Malawi, Melania visited the Chipala Primary School where she donated textbooks, balls and supplies to the pupils and teachers.
The first lady is, of course, no stranger to public commentary on her choice of dress. If Melania wants people to talk about what she does, she should remember that this is part of it. "I feel I've seen that look somewhere before", another tweeted.