Wildfang responds to Melania Trump's jacket with 'I really care' line

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Melania Trump was shown in photos wearing the hooded green khaki jacket designed by fashion chain Zara as she boarded a flight.

The video and its accompanying message ignores the coat controversy completely, as Melania is only depicted in the beige safari-esque jacket that she paired with white jeans and Stan Smith sneakers during her time inside the center.

Despite severe criticism online, Melania's spokesman Stephanie Grisham insisted there was no hidden message behind the jacket. Until that theoretical moment, we have the memes on one of the digisphere's most ideal blank canvases: Her green $39 jacket - one so five seasons ago, no less.

Even though Donald Trump was quick to defend his wife, Melania Trump, after millions of people slammed her for wearing a jacket with the insensitive message "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" on it, he is said to be furious. "Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!"

Many in the media pounced, with President of the Center for American Progress Neera Tanden arguing on CNN that the jacket may have represented a "moment of true candor" from the administration.

And on Sunday, her spokesman said she hoped the crisis would be solved 'with heart, ' sparking widespread speculation that the First Lady disagreed with her husband's own policy.

Melania Trump began her unexpected border visit at Upbring New Hope Children's Shelter with an offer of help.

The First Lady made it too easy.

Plans for her to visit a second facility where children housed in cages were seen by The Associated Press last week were canceled because of flooding there.

On Wednesday, the president signed an executive order created to end the family-separation policy.

"Thank you to Secretary Azar for traveling w me today & the care you are giving these children in such a hard time". She changed into a neutral outfit by landing time.

Melania and her husband are reported to be visiting the United Kingdom on 13 July, and are even expected to meet the Queen.

Lingua Franca, a fair trade and sustainable luxury cashmere line, also created a sweater in response to Melania Trump's jacket.

"She told her staff she wanted to go and we made that happen", Grisham said.

Twitter users took to the social media network to express their anger. "Why don't we make the jacket that does good in the world?'" she said.