Melania 'deliberatelty' wore 'I don't care' jacket to meet child migrants

Melania 'deliberatelty' wore 'I don't care' jacket to meet child migrants

The first lady wore the jacket during a trip to a Texas facility holding children separated from their parents after they were apprehended attempting to cross the southern USA border.

President Trump had cited the influence of Melania and his daughter, Ivanka, in his signing the Executive Order. Yeah, and I bet they can't wait to see you, buddy.

The first lady's jacket featured a quote that read, "I really don't care".

Melania should give "I REALLY DON'T CARE" flack jackets to her husband, Jeff Sessions, Stephen Miller, John Kelly, Kirstjen Nielsen and Alex Azar, because they deserve all the flack that's coming at them. "You can't mess that up", quipped Colbert at the top of the show.

While Melania added: "I'm looking forward to meeting the children".

Wildfang, based in Portland with a store in New York City, shared a photo on social media Thursday of an army jacket with white writing on the back that reads "I really care, don't u?" asking people if they'd be interested in purchasing one.

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Asked about the military-style jacket with large white brush-style lettering - apparently sold for $39 at Zara, according to the Daily Mail which first spotted the odd choice of outfit - the first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said: "there was no hidden message".

It was such a serenely quiet week for Melania Trump and her fashion until about 2 p.m. Thursday, when the world saw the jacket that Trump wore on her way to Texas, where she was traveling to see some of the children who are being detained after attempting to cross into the United States. "It's right on the back".

Colbert pondered why the First Lady's advisers didn't bother to, you know, advise her.

Kimmel wondered whether Fox News would have a similar reaction to Melania's attire as they did when Michelle Obama dared to show her bare arms.

But then there was the curiously juvenile Zara jacket, which had the words "I really don't care, do U?"

It was not the first time Melania Trump raised eyebrows for her fashion choices when out in the field: a year ago she wore needle-thin high stiletto heels to observe the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey. But the move backfired, with the message being unclear, open to misinterpretation, going over the heads of people, and distracting from the positive goal of her trip.

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