The FLOTUS has not spoken out about her controversial fashion choice, but the insider's comments contradict President Donald Trump's explanation that he tweeted after his wife visited a migrant children's center in Texas.
AN OREGON clothing company has created an "I really care" collection of clothes to raise money for immigrants as a response to the Melania Trump jacket controversy.
The choice might be seen as an accident, however, the political analysts and Twitterati did not overlook the wardrobe and directed criticism towards the lady as it was an odd choice for a visit to a Texas detention center housing immigrant children.
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While everyone was speculating whether Melania Trump was trying to send a message by wearing a provocative Zara jacket when departing for a trip to the border, she doubled-down by wearing it on her return trip too.
The first lady's spokesperson Stephanie Grisham attempted to dismissed any notion of a hidden message. She said she saw children in "cages" with Mylar blankets.
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The Wildfang jacket reads "I really care, don't u?"
"After today's important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn't going to choose to focus on her wardrobe", Ms Grisham said.
"It mocks the mothers who have lost their children and it mocks those babies we heard wailing on that tape", he said, referring to an audio recording of the cries of young children who were separated from their parents.
The President did decide to reverse his administration's family separation policy, but there are still thousands of children in many different states still separated from their families, and there doesn't appear to be a plan in place to reunite them.
"I would also like to ask you how I can help these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible".
The Department of Homeland Security has released a report detailing how many children have been separated from their parents at the border and how many have been reunited with their parents. "The first thing I have to say is I have to take ownership of this", Meghan told the rest of the panel of The View.
Several of the migrants had been given a number to call to try to locate their children, but found their calls wouldn't go through or no one picked up, she said.