Portland store sells out 'I really care' jacket

First lady Melania Trump boards an Air Force plane before traveling to Texas

First lady Melania Trump boards an Air Force plane before traveling to Texas

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On her way to and from a visit to the Texas border to meet migrant children, Melania Trump wore a jacket emblazoned with the message "I don't really don't care, do u?" Some of the young people were children taken from their parents at the US border with Mexico.

The green, hooded military jacket had the words written graffiti-style on the back. The words were written in large white letters on the back.

"Good luck", Melania Trump said to refugee children who were separated from their parents as she was leaving.

Upon her return to Joint Base Andrews, the mother-of-one deplaned wearing the same jacket, defiant in the face of the internet uproar.

A tone-deaf sartorial decision -or a hidden message from the first lady? Grisham sent out a tweet saying the first lady's visit with children in Texas impacted the first lady "greatly".

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

A clothing company sold out of their charitable "I really care" jacket, which they created in response to the Melania controversy.

"This was arguably the most substantively important solo trip since she's been first lady", the former aide said. It is holding 55 of the thousands of children under US government supervision.

The president ordered federal agencies on Thursday to begin reuniting immigrant families at the US-Mexico border, but his efforts to roll back a policy that drew global condemnation were beset by confusion.

On Sunday, while the president was still defending the policy, her communications director released a statement saying the first lady "hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform".

"Guys, stop making fun of Melania's jacket".

I really don't care, do u?

She later posted a message on Twitter, urging the media to focus on issues of substance.

"If the public saw her every day over the course of the last six months and there were two or three faux pas, maybe they wouldn't stand out so much", says Katherine Jellison, Ohio University history professor. They all can't be that clueless. It had no comment on the story.

Trump made the unannounced visit yesterday to the center, speaking to the kids directly and through an interpreter, asking them where they're from and how long they would be staying.

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