Colbert Dissects The ‘Not So Hidden’ Message Melania Trump’s Jacket Conveyed

Angelo Anderson
June 23, 2018

And then, after they said there was no hidden meaning behind the jacket whatsoever, her moronic husband tweeted out the following, "I really don't care, do you? written on the back of Melania's jacket refers to the fake news media".

"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message", Stephanie Grisham told the Associated Press.

The jacket was identified as a $39 piece from Zara.

First lady Melania Trump at border facility: "How long is the time that the max time that somebody spent here that they are reunited with their family?"

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.

Melania Trump made an enormous fashion faux-pas-and one queer-owned clothing company has responded in the best way possible.

It's not clear how this was allowed to slip through the careful WH protocols but it's a mistake on the part of her staff. She answered, "It's a jacket".

When asked Thursday if the first lady supports the policy, Grisham said, "She supports that the law should be followed".

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

Melania said earlier through her spokesperson that she "hates" to see families separated at the border.

First Lady Melania Trump at Andrews Air Base.

In public appearances, the first lady has worn designs by Dolce & Gabbana, Del Pozo, Christian Dior, Emilio Pucci, Givenchy and Valentino, often with daringly high Christian Louboutin heels.

The FLOTUS has been garnering criticism on the Internet ever since, with many asserting that she ought to have been more responsible, given her position at the White House.

Trump's jacket allows her to take control of the narrative, with President Donald Trump's base doubling down on their defense of the first lady and giving the right new ammunition to slam the media.

A clothing company sold out of their charitable "I really care" jacket, which they created in response to the Melania controversy. "There's no message. I hope we can talk about her important visit with children today rather than her wardrobe choice".

The photos show the children all smiles while meeting Melania, who wore tight white jeans and white trainers with the changed jacket.

This will end the policy that has seen over 2,300 children being taken from their parents in the past number of weeks by border officials. We wear clothes that we think are professional, flattering, sexy, comfortable, or formal, and we do it with goal.

"I like to dream that Melania chooses her ensembles just to piss off liberals", reads one representative tweet following the stiletto backlash. It's more like a dog whistle for Trump's anti-immigrant supporters: "I'm publicly supporting immigrants, but you really know I don't care".

In McAllen, Texas, for example, federal prosecutors unexpectedly declined to charge 17 parent immigrants on Thursday, with one saying "there was no prosecution sought" due to Trump's executive order aimed at keeping families together.

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