Published: Sun, June 24, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Trevor Noah Reveals The Meaning In Melania Trump's Jacket

Do U?" while on her way to an immigrant children's detention center in Texas, feminist brand Wildfang released the ultimate clap back: a $98 bomber that reads, "I Really Care. The first lady is a woman who understands the power of clothes, and unless the jacket was placed on her while blindfolded, she was sending a message.

Yesterday, Melania Trump wore THAT green jacket with the words "I DON'T REALLY CARE, DO YOU?" scrawled across the back of it. "Melania has learned how dishonest they are and she no longer cares!"

President Donald Trump said it was a knock at the "Fake News Media".

Wildfang announced Friday evening that it had raised $75,000 for RAICES.

Pop City owner Rhonda Findley said she came up with the shirt because she's frustrated and upset with the tone of the current debate over immigration. "We can pass great legislation after the Red Wave!" Until that theoretical moment, we have the memes on one of the digisphere's most flawless blank canvases: Her green $39 jacket - one so five seasons ago, no less. "Do U?" on the back as she returns to Washington from a visit to the U.S. -Mexico border area in Texas at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, US. The fact that the Pentagon has been asked to step up and provide facility to hold up to 20000 migrant children on military basis has evoked memories of internment camps for Japanese-Americans during World War Two.

Grisham was right. There was no hidden message. For her first state dinner, she opted not to hire an outside party planner, as is the norm, and chose everything, including the flowers and the table linens, herself, with the help of Rickie Niceta, her social secretary.

"Because in the middle of the worst moral scandal in recent memory, so bad that her husband backed down for the first time in memory, people who were supposedly on her side let her get on a plane with a jacket that said I really don't care do you?"

The main item, an olive jacket with the slogan on the back that retails for $98, sold out nearly immediately. Did he send Melania out on a mission to get good press about how caring and dedicated she is (and by association Trump), and she made a decision to give him a very public middle finger. Her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, told The Washington Post's fashion critic, Robin Givhan, in December that the first lady "chooses what she likes and what is appropriate for the occasion".

Plenty of first ladies in the past have courted controversy - Hillary Clinton, Betty Ford, and at times Barbara Bush and Michelle Obama.

Maybe it looked like a bit of meaningless Hello Kitty-style gibberish to her and she thought "cute, I'll wear that".

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