U.S. First Lady Melania Trump made an unannounced visit to Texas on Thursday to meet with immigrants detained by the U.S. government, a trip her staff said she planned herself out of concern over how her husband's policies were affecting families apprehended crossing the border illegally.
USA first lady Melania Trump walks from her to her motorcade wearing a Zara design jacket with the phrase "I Really Don't Care".
Maybe we should just go back to the original market for the jacket to find its meaning for Melania Trump: young women who want to make a statement but aren't able to voice it publicly - so they wear their ennui on their backs.
All the media could talk about, however, was Melania's jacket, a $40 olive green raincoat from Zara that had the unusual message written on the back. "Do U?" when she boarded the plane at Andrews Air Force Base.
According to reports, the jacket is from high street outlet Zara and can be bought for $39 (£29.50).
The first lady intends to inform the President on what she sees. Two-thirds of Americans have said in polls they oppose separating immigrant families, though a majority of Republicans say they support the president's approach.
"It is my hope that Members of Congress will finally reach across the aisle and work together to solve this problem with common sense immigration reform that secures our borders and keeps families together", she added.
Grisham is referencing the backlash that exploded when the first lady was mocked for wearing sky-high stilettos as she headed to Texas after Hurricane Harvey in August.
The first lady's spokeswoman said: "It's a jacket". While she may not troll the media in the same way as her husband does, she knows how to dress to get a reaction.
"'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' written on the back of Melania's jacket, refers to the Fake News Media".
"Trump asked several questions including how many times the children speak with their families".
It is, however, unusual for Melania Trump to wear cheap clothes when on public business.
At the facility the first lady talked with staff about how the children were being treated and asked how she could help. She co-signed Trump's birther theories, she co-signed her husband's comments about sexual assault, and she has reaped the benefits of her husband's sexist and racist policies for years.