Twitter users were quick to criticise the first lady's jacket faux pas and the not-so-hidden message.
First Lady Melania Trump has been criticised for the choice of her jacket worn on a trip to a migrant child detention centre in Texas. "It's a jacket. There was no hidden message", she said of the olive-colored item, which is already sold out.
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Melania Trump was trolling president with jacket message. But even after questions arose about her attire, Mrs. Trump was back in the green jacket when she returned to Washington in 80-degree weather.
Mrs Trump donned the controversial jacket on Thursday, emblazoned with the words: "I really don't care, do u?". Was she trolling the press, as President Trump said in a tweet? As Trump boarded her plane to Texas, she was photographed wearing a jacket that read, "I really don't care". Last August, the media and public discussed the high-heeled shoes she wore to fly to Texas to view Hurricane Harvey destruction.
As many noted, Donald Trump's tweet appeared to immediately contradict Melania Trump's office and cast her visit more as a stunt to make a statement against the media than a genuine trip to show interest in the children affected by Trump's policy.
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.
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Accusing the media of distorting facts about his presidency, Trump had also announced "fake news awards" earlier this year. Trump decided to make the trip a day after the president signed an executive order to stop the separation of families, but it's not her timing people are questioning-it's her fashion choice.
"Guys, stop making fun of Melania's jacket". She changed into sneakers before landing, but the heels captured a disproportionate amount of media attention.
The First Lady made it too easy.
She joined about 20 mayors from cities across the country to call for the immediate reunification of immigrant children with their families. On the other side of the political aisle, former first lady Michelle Obama routinely caught grief from some critics for going sleeveless.
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At Prime Minister's Questions, she said: "The pictures of children being held in what appear to be cages are deeply disturbing ". The Trump administration has been the target of a growing chorus of criticism as images of migrant children in cages inside U.S.