A jacket sported by the American First Lady Melania Trump during her visit to child migrants on US-Mexico border has stirred a controversy in foreign media. Melania, who directly paid a visit to the camp where these children are sheltered, wore a khaki colored jacket that was emblazoned with following words: 'I really don't care, do you?'
As soon as the trip began, the pictures of First Lady boarding the flight landed on Internet. She was sported wearing the same jacket even on her way back to Washington. The words on her jacket created a huge controversy and debate as the First Lady wore it to a migrant children detention camp.
Regarding the controversy, her official spokesperson responded saying, 'there was no hidden message in it' and asked media not to give attention her wardrobe but to her efforts to help little children. The children in these camps have been separated from their parents due to the hard-line immigration policy of Donald Trump.
During her trip to these migrant camps, the First Lady of US enquired organizers of camp about the facilities that are being provided there and asked them how she can help those children to get to their parents who were detained as immigrant families. Regarding the jacket controversy, there was no reaction from Melania Trump, but her husband Donald Trump tweeted about it in his own style. Trump attributed the words on Melania's jacket to fake news media.
"I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" written on the back of Melania's jacket, refers to the Fake News Media. Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares! - tweeted Donald Trump!