Published: Fri, June 22, 2018

Melania Trump's Jacket Prompts ‘I Really Care’ Clothing To Hit The Market

Melania Trump's Jacket Prompts ‘I Really Care’ Clothing To Hit The Market

FLOTUS Melania Trump deliberately wore her controversial 'I don't care, do u?' jacket to meet detained child migrants, an expert claims.

The first lady's tour was almost overshadowed by her choice to wear a Zara jacket, which she took off before touring the facility, that read "I really don't care".

When asked what message the first lady's jacket meant to send, spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said: "It's a jacket". Many celebrities, including George Clooney, Chrissy Teigen and Jimmy Kimmel, have publicly condemned the policy that caused at least 2,000 children to be separated from their parents.

The first lady, whose pressure was a factor in Trump's decision to sign an executive order on Wednesday keeping immigrant children together with their parents, left the White House quietly on Thursday morning and flew to Texas for the visit. But immigrants' advocates say this does not solve the problem and have accused the administration of not caring about the immigrants it is detaining. "There was no hidden message".

What did Trump say about Melania's "I really don't care" Zara jacket?

Mr Trump took to Twitter to defend his wife, blaming the media for the need to send a message.

Others were not as amused.

Democrats, along with much of the media, have been portraying the President, and consequently the First Lady, as not caring about these children, many of whom have been torn out of their parents' arms, kicking and screaming.

And even chose to publish a pointed tweet defining the word "indifference" and explaining its definition matched what it saw as the First Lady's message.

"Hey, #FLOTUS, try this on for size", Titus said in a tweet, along with a picture of her with the sign "I Care" attached to her back. "She wanted to see everything for herself and children are an important part of her platform", Grisham told the pool. "That's great", she said.

Her spokeswoman told the media that the trip to visit the children in Texas was "100%" the First Lady's own idea (although she added that her husband supported it).

Fashion brand Wildfang nearly immediately launched an "I really care, don't you?" jacket parody. "You can't mess that up", Colbert said on his show Thursday night.

"I would also like to ask you how I can help these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible". "For all the Trump supporters who defend her by saying she speaks five languages - English isn't one of them", liberal star Chelsea Handler tweeted.

He continued: "I read that Melania pressured Donald to stop his family separation policy".

It looks like when Melania was in the hospital, she had her last fuck removed.

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