'I really don't care'

Explanation Officials from the Upbring New Hope Children's Center spoke to the First Lady before she toured the facility to meet children

Explanation Officials from the Upbring New Hope Children's Center spoke to the First Lady before she toured the facility to meet children

"President Trump held a campaign rally last night in Minnesota and long story short: we're now in a trade war with Minnesota", he said.

The green, military-style jacket is from the clothing seller Zara.

The first lady, 48, made headlines when she sported a Zara jacket with the message, "I Really Don't Care, Do U?' written on the back in bold white letters while en route to meet with the children in Texas on Thursday, June 21".

Asked earlier what message the first lady was trying to send, Mrs. Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said: "It's a jacket".

Her spokesman claimed that the jacket had not been meant to convey a statement, and urged journalists not to read anything into it.

A tone-deaf sartorial decision -or a hidden message from the first lady? "After today's important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn't going to choose to focus on her wardrobe", Grisham said in a statement.

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

President Trump weighed in as well, saying on Twitter that it was a message aimed squarely at the media.

"'But today, on her way to show that she cares, Melania wore a jacket that says, 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?".

Melania was also criticized for a meeting with the queen of Spain, during which she said they discussed "ways to positively impact children", which came amid the height of the controversy surrounding the child separation policy.

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"She doesn't care and neither do you @realDonaldTrump!" wrote Bishop Talbert Swan. It is holding 55 of the thousands of children under US government supervision.

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Ahead of her border visit, Melania Trump dons a jacket that says 'I really don't care. He posted: "I'm confused about Melania's jacket".

"Can you tell us exactly what her office is now doing to reunite kids in HHS custody with their parents?" If you believe that, I have a print newspaper industry I think you might be interested in. They all can't be that clueless.

While Zara's shops are ubiquitous, its Spanish parent company, Inditex SA, typically tries to stay out of the limelight.

Given the company's reputation for turning around its collections within weeks, any fashionistas inspired by Trump's wardrobe will struggle to find the garment, given that it was part of a spring/summer 2016 collection.

As images of Mrs Trump surfaced online, social media was swamped with users in disbelief over her choice of jacket. Many had called on Melania to use her influence to convince Donald Trump to end his policy, and blasted the first lady when she issued a statement that blamed "both sides" despite the policy being instituted by Trump's administration. She changed into sneakers before landing, but the heels captured a disproportionate amount of media attention.

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