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Melania Trump Wears Electric Blue Jacket & Matching Pumps to Depart for Asia

05 Noviembre 2017

The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbour marks the final resting place of more than 1000 sailors and Marines who were killed on the battleship during the surprise Japanese attack on December 7, 1941.

President Donald Trump has paid a solemn visit to Pearl Harbour and its memorial to the USS Arizona. They were greeted by a little girl with leis for both the president and first lady.

A closer look at Melania's Christian Louboutin heels.

Pearl Harbour was the scene of a surprise attack by Japan that plunged the US into the Second World War, killing hundreds of service members.

Then, the Trumps threw large white pikake flower petals into the waters below, peering down as they drifted away.

But Trump, whose motorcade passed only streets of almost entirely supportive residents, did not seem to be aware of the protests, nor did they dampen his zest for making the most of his layover.

"We are going to visit very shortly, Pearl Harbour, which I've read about, spoken about, heard about, studied, but I haven't seen".

As a former model, Melania Trump knows fashion well - and she continued her stylish run in a bright blue jacket and matching Christian Louboutin pumps as she boarded Air Force 1 en route to Asia today.

Mr Trump stopped in Hawaii on the eve of his first visit to Asia. He arrived at Joint Base Pearl Harbour-Hickam Friday after a daylong flight from Washington.

Trump was also meeting with the governors of Alaska, Hawaii and Pacific US territories, all potential targets of any successful attempt by North Korea to strike the US with a nuclear-tipped missile. A total of more than 2300 sailors, soldiers and Marines died as a result of the attack, as well as 68 civilians, according to the National Park Service.

Mr Trump was not the only attraction to arrive on base, with a few in the crowd shouting their admiration for White House chief of staff John Kelly.

U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, U.S. November 3, 2017.