President Trump has told the actual reason why FLOTUS wore a controversial jacket stating “I really don’t care, do you?” during an official arrival to see detained immigrant children taken from their parents.
Melania was criticized by few for the outfit selection but the US president Donald J Trump later came forward for his wife’s defense, claiming the slogan was pointed at the “Fake News Media”.
In a post on Twitter, he said: “‘I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?’ written on the back of Melania’s jacket, refers to the Fake News Media.
“Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!”
The first lady of the United States – who reportedly had pushed his husband Trump to change his mind on his controversial child migration policy – wore the controversial jacket as she went to Texas to meet the kids at a detention center.
Her arrival came a day later the United States President Trump ordered that kids should not be taken from their families – following an outrage over images of such children in wired cages.
As Melania got on a US plane at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland she was seen wearing a $39 Zara military jacket with the outrageous message displayed on the back.
When the plane reached McAllen, Texas, Melania Trump had worn a different pale cream jacket. But when she came back to Washington, she had apparently put the outrageous jacket back on.
Her official spokesperson Stephanie Grisham said: “It’s a jacket. There was no hidden message.” Grisham posted on the Twitter with the hashtags #SheCares and #ItsJustAJacket.
This didn’t stop celebrities from coming forward to share their thoughts on Twitter
Chelsea Handler slammed FLOTUS, tweeting: “The hypocrisy of @FLOTUS going down to the border to speak broken English to our refugees in that dumb jacket is a little hard to swallow.”
Comedian Kathy Griffin stated: “The jacket Melanie wore on the way to meeting the kids held in internment camps has ‘I don’t really care, do you?’ written on the back. F*** these people and f*** anyone who says we should be polite to them or maintain decorum.”