Melania Trump Says 'Good Luck' To Detained Migrant Kids

Melania Trump Says 'Good Luck' To Detained Migrant Kids

Melania Trump Says 'Good Luck' To Detained Migrant Kids

Wildfang, a female-founded clothing store that aims to empower people with its clothing, released a bomber jacket with the words, "I REALLY CARE, DON'T U?" on the back.

The White House Director of Communications for FLOTUS, Stephanie Grisham, told Fox News Trump's jacket wasn't meant to send any kind of message.

"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message", Grisham said, according to CNN. "After today's important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn't going to focus on her wardrobe".

Whatever her intentions were with the jacket, it's clear that Trump has to learn that all of her actions have consequences-even if she doesn't care.

Sensing the heat, Trump's spokesperson Stephanie Grisham tried to deflect the media attention and said there was no hidden message behind the jacket using SheCares hashtag in the tweet.

Trump and his administration sought to leverage the outrage to force Congress, especially Democrats, to expeditiously legislate immigration reforms including enhanced border security with more funding for a proposed wall on the Mexico border, curbing family-based immigration, ending the diversity visa and switching to a merit-based system.

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

President Donald Trump has fully embraced a far-right conspiracy theory that the images and audio of devastated children distraught after being ripped from their parents arms are fake.

As the POTUS rescinded his zero-tolerance policy, authorities scramble to re-unite over 2000 children separated from their families at the USA border.

Lena Dunham, Sia, Amber Heard and other stars visited the border city of Tornillo, Texas, on Sunday to protest the Trump administration's policy that separated migrant children from their parents. He created an illustration that depicts Lady Liberty wearing a jacket stating: "We should all care".

The first lady's outerwear, which read "I really don't care, do u?" on the back, sparked intense backlash over the message it seemed to be sending.

Trump was not seen wearing the coat when she first arrived in Texas, but had it on again when she returned to Washington.

Her husband, Donald has been criticised around the world for isolating thousands of children from their families in detention centres.

Speaking to the staff, Mrs Trump said: "I'm glad I'm here and I'm looking forward to seeing and meeting children, but first of all let me begin to recognise each of you and thanking you for all that you do, for your heroic work that you do every day and what you do for those children". As she was on her way to meet children who were separated from their families, it was as if her heart wasn't into it.

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