First lady Melania Trump was reportedly greeted with a few protesters in Malawi on Thursday, with signs rebutting President Trump’s previous remarks calling African countries “shitholes.” The New York Times reports that while the first lady was traveling to the U.S. ambassador’s residence, the motorcade encountered protesters with signs reading “#MelaniaToo” and “Welcome to Malawi. #NotAShithole!” Another sign reportedly referenced the Trump administration’s family separation policy, which separated hundreds of children from their parents along America’s southern border. The first lady also reportedly toured class rooms while she promoted her own initiative, Be Best, and USAID’s national reading program. President Trump previously proposed slashing the State Department and USAID’s budgets. “I wanted to be here to see the successful programs that [the] United States is providing the children and thank you for everything you’ve done,” she said at a book donation ceremony in a school’s library. The first lady is currently in Kenya, where she will attend a series of events before making her final stop in Egypt on her first extended international tour.