‘I really don’t care’: Melania Trump jacket stuns on migrant visit

23 June, 2018, 00:36 | Author: Angelina Schmidt
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Moments after her tour began, photos started circulating online of the first lady boarding the plane for takeoff at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.

The military-style jacket is reportedly sold by Zara and costs $39, according to published reports.

She appeared to only wear the jacket on board the plane, but really - does it even matter?

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In response to the whole situation, fashion brands have been firing back with their own versions of the jacket, though this time printed with a much more hopeful message.

President Trump personally fulfilled that theory in his preferred medium: " 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' written on the back of Melania's jacket, refers to the Fake News Media. "Now a lot of the clothes Melania wears sends the message 'I really don't care.' Also a lot of her facial expressions".

The images of Melania Trump sporting the olive green khaki jacket as she boarded a flight to Texas - which immediately went viral - surfaced as the White House struggles to calm global anger over the practice of splitting migrant children from their parents. However, she was back in the green jacket when she returned to Washington in 80-degree weather.

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"I'm here to learn about your facility", Trump said Thursday afternoon, telling the people who run the shelter that she wanted to know how she could "help these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible". Stephanie Grisham tweeted that it was "just a jacket" and she hoped the media didn't focus on this.

The US first lady, who said at the weekend that she "hates" to see families separated at the border, left the White House quietly yesterday morning and flew to Texas for the visit. The first lady has spearheaded a "Be Best" initiative, whose primary aim is to promote healthy behaviors among children, but child health experts have said that the practice of taking children from their parents has detrimental effects to their long-term health. It's the first lady's version of Twitter. Some Reporters Who Cover Melania, mistaking it for a comment about the children, wondered how she could be so callous.

Far be it for me to criticise the sartorial choices of a First Lady of the United States - given I am a lower-than-dirt internet writer boy - but I simply must register my displeasure with this particular one.

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