Photo showing Melania Trump in 'don't care' jacket is real

Photo showing Melania Trump in 'don't care' jacket is real

Melania Trump's "I really don't care, do u?".

US President Donald Trump has backed First Lady Melania Trump who was recently criticised by world media for wearing a jacket with a "message" on its back.

A tone-deaf sartorial decision -or a hidden message from the first lady?

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

The message immediately sparked a wave of controversy on social media, with a chorus of furious celebrities joining in. Given that, her choice to wear the $39 Zara jacket as she headed on her unexpected trip to the border raised eyebrows.

But President Trump issued a contradictory tweet hours later, claiming it was a dig at the media who have recently focused on his wife's absence from the public eye following kidney surgery, and the state of the Trumps marriage.

The youthful jacket sharply contrasts with the first lady's typically bold, foreign-flavoured wardrobe.

During her visit, Melania asked what could be done to help facilitate the quick reunification of the migrant families.

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"I wanted to illustrate the Statue of Liberty (a real first lady) wearing what we all feel and holding the hand of that little girl whose image we've seen everywhere and taking care of her because that is what she and all these children deserve", Teodoro said in an interview with HuffPost.

A gold star to anyone who guessed that Stephen Colbert would mine comedy gold from the First Lady's freakish message-embossed attire during Thursday's "Late Show" monologue, what with all the furor over children of aspiring immigrants being ripped from their parents and imprisoned in cages.

"When I heard she was doing this, I thought, okay!"

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.

An Oregon clothing company created an "I really care" collection of clothes to raise money for immigrants as a response to the Melania Trump jacket controversy.

Shop the "I Really Care, Don't U?" line here.

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

"Hey Melania. WE REALLY DO CARE!"

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