Grisham told reporters on the trip that the visit was the first lady's idea, and she planned the visit before the president signed his executive order. When the first lady left Washington and returned, it was in the Zara jacket with the message heard 'round the interwebs scrawled graffiti-style in white block letters on the back.
Amid the denials, outrage, and debates over the first lady's apparent lack of sensitivity to the plight of migrant children who have been separated from their parents comes a not-so-subtle jab from someone extremely familiar with FLOTUS fashion.
If Mrs. Trump's jacket, from Zara's spring-summer 2016 collection, was some sort of counter-message, or a clear diss of the "fake news media" as her husband tweeted, the memes' clear victor is a reconfiguring to read, simply: "I really do care, do you?" On her way to her plane she donned a jacket that said 'I really don't care, Do u?' on the back.
Kimmel wondered whether Fox News would have a similar reaction to Melania's attire as they did when Michelle Obama dared to show her bare arms.
"#SheCares #ItsJustAJacket" Grisham tweeted later on, as speculation swirled online.
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She is, after all, a "Bush person" and per the Times excerpt above she's only a grudging supporter of the separation policy. Outcry has come from Democratic and Republican lawmakers as well as the United Nations and religious leaders.
Colbert pointed out that the First Lady's spokesperson issued a statement asserting, "It's a jacket... there was no hidden message".
"It's a jacket, There was no hidden message".
"But even if the stars and moon collide, I never want you back in my life".
It's the back, where "I really don't care, do u?" was placed by the global mass market brand Zara, that has become social media's playground, from the compassionate to the downright raunchy.
Because it was 80 degrees when Melania was wearing the jacket, and she kept it on right into The Oval Office, Melania was clearly intending to send a message. "And, I'm going to guess this is one message she did not steal from Michelle Obama".
When Melania asked at the shelter what could be done to quickly reunite the families, she was sitting next to the Trump administration responsible for doing that, Alex Azar, Health and Human Service Department Secretary. But there is already evidence that his department and the Department of Homeland Security have not kept proper track of the children and parents. Liberty is in Mrs. Trump's jacket and declares: "We should all care".