Published: Mon, June 25, 2018
Global Media | By Derrick Guzman

Sick hidden message on First Lady's coat

Sick hidden message on First Lady's coat

It's true. there's nothing hidden about the message.

Grisham underscored that message in a tweet with the hashtags #SheCares and #ItsJustAJacket.

Mrs Trump was spotted in the coat, which featured graffiti writing on the back with the words "I really don't care do u?", as she boarded a plane. "And you?" on the back of the jacket Melania refers to fake news.

It was Trump's idea to go to the border to see firsthand how migrant children are being treated, her husband said.

Melania Trump, 48, is married to US President Donald Trump, 70, but is is reported to not always agree with his policies, particularly his most recent one regarind child immigrants.


Mixed in with the drama was the first lady's wardrobe.

So he reimagined the first lady's jacket to reflect the public outrage about families being ripped apart at the border. However, it's been criticised for doing little for families that have already been separated.

The backlash came fast and furious on Twitter, threatening to undercut the compassionate visit to the shelter.

The controversy comes after her husband Donald performed a U-turn on Wednesday, signing an executive order to reunite the families.

"We all know they are here without their families and I want to thank you for your hard work, your compassion, and your kindness you are giving to them in these difficult times", Trump told the staff members. It's not clear how long it will take and whether the children will be transferred to family detention facilities with their parents.


Somehow Melania's meme'd outerwear is more believable than what she actually wore.

I give her the benefit of the doubt on compassion - but if she chose to wear this without thinking, it was pretty tone deaf.

Melania Trump sat alongside Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar at a table at Upbring New Hope Children's Center and heard caregivers explain how the children are well treated. Their physical and mental states are immediately assessed, and they are given orientation. The First Lady wore it while departing Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland for McAllen, Texas, where she arrived for a visit to an immigrant children's detention center.

Her visit comes amid growing outrage in the United States over a policy that separates migrant children who illegally enter the US with their parents.

Trump defended the "zero tolerance" policy at the conclusion of a Cabinet meeting at the White House amid confusion about the status of the program and the fates of detained migrant families. The un-ironic reading was offered by critics such as CNN's Kirsten Powers, who called her "the Marie Antoinette of this administration".


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