Published: Sun, June 24, 2018
People | By Neil Grant

Colbert Mocks Melania Trump's Jacket

Melania Trump, who did not wear the coat while touring the facility in Texas, was again wearing the jacket when she deplaned in Maryland, headed back to the White House.

"It was incredibly fearless of her", said Jeanne Zaino, professor of political science at Iona College.

Grisham was right. There was no hidden message.

A White House insider said that the president is angry that the first lady chose to humiliate him.

"Womp, womp" is a reference to former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who-in a segment aired by Fox News-said that phrase in response to hearing the story of a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who was reportedly separated from her mother.

"Visiting w children at the shelter in #Texas yesterday was very touching".

"It's a jacket, There was no hidden message". "Even though she was aware that people might misunderstand it and believe she was saying she didn't care, she felt it really wouldn't matter, as people believe her to be complicit anyway, simply by the fact that she remains married to Donald", the source continued. It's selling a black T-shirt for $40 and a black and olive green bomber jackets for $98 - both boasting the message "I Really Care, Don't You?"

President Trump appeared to take his battle with the news media to a new level on Thursday, apparently using the First Lady's much-covered visit with detained immigrant children in a Texas border town as an opportunity to spell out his grievances with the press.

The furor over the jackets shows the power of fashion, especially in turbulent political times when the public is "so angry about everything", said Paco Underhill, chief executive of Envirosell, a research and consulting company, and author of "Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping".

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?" "Because shortly afterwards, while we were being gaslighted and told to focus on the bigger issues, her lumbering, vicious fool of a husband tweeted: "'I really don't care, Do U?' written on the back of Melania's jacket refers to the Fake News Media.

The youthful jacket sharply contrasts with the first lady's typically bold wardrobe.

'Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!' 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.

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