Additionally, Kenyatta said both countries have "excellent cooperation" in fighting terrorism, adding, he wants to strengthen trade and investment ties. "They don't say Merry Christmas anymore", he continued as the audience cheered.
Uhuru described his talks with Trump as "very successful".
"We'll bring that over to Kenya", Trump joked.
The US on the other hand ended with the signing of a KSh 23.9 billion investment deals. We are here to renew that partnership.
Jeffress on Fox News Monday night backed Trump's policies -though he said his group doesn't support 'extramarital affairs'.More news: Mourinho demands respect in presser after Man U loss
During the visit, Uhuru also attended a meeting with business executives of leading U.S. companies during which investment deals worth billions of shillings were signed between Kenyan and USA companies. "We're working on a major infrastructure project, a massive roadway that will be record-setting in many ways, and we are going to conclude a lot of good things". "This November 6th election is very much a referendum on not only me, it's a referendum on your religion, it's a referendum on free speech and the First Amendment". This is really great. Not the first part, ' Trump said.
President Kenyatta on his part thanked Trump for his warm welcome and reiterated Kenya's strong relations with the USA which he said stretched back all the way back to independence.
Despite Trump's personal background and style, these religious leaders are mostly on the President's side.
Mr and Mrs Trump are earlier scheduled to welcome Mr and Mrs Kenyatta to the White House in a 10-minute ceremony commencing at 1:45 pm, according to the White House.
Would you like to get published on Standard Media websites?