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President Trump Says Melania's Controversial Jacket Directed at 'Fake News Media'

Whilst Melania's representatives reveal there is no hidden message behind the jacket, the POTUS offered his own interpretation that echoes his own sentiments about the media, and "fake news". "Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!" the president wrote Thursday evening.

Like it or not, Mrs Trump's jacket had her trending on Twitter. She could have bought any other shirt.

The Latino Democrats of Allen County held a protest at the Allen County Courthouse Saturday afternoon in opposition of President Trump's immigration policy. She has a personal stylist and a closet full of outfits that cost thousands.

On the back of the coat was this provocative message: "I don't care, do u?" "This was no accident".

Meanwhile, the first lady's press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, claimed the garment was nothing more than a jacket, with "no hidden message". "She was going to the border, where her husband had ripped families apart and wearing a jacket that said 'I don't care.' ...she does not deserve latitude on this because she doubled-down after questions were asked".

The "Angel Families", as they've been dubbed, reiterated Trump's point, emphasizing that the separation from their loved ones was permanent, as they were killed by "illegal aliens", and not temporary, like the migrant families at the border.

Roughly 500 immigrant children who were separated from their families at the southern border have been reunited with their families since May, a senior administration official confirms to CBS News.

US First Lady Melania Trump wore an interesting fashion choice while on her way to visit a migrant child detention centre in Texas. Trump took it off before she stepped off the plane in Texas.

Mrs Trump sparked a firestorm of criticism over the $39 Zara khaki jacket with its daubed slogan which she wore to meet children who had been separated from their parents at a shelter in McAllen, Tx., Thursday.

"These are the American citizens permanently separated from their loved ones, the word "permanently" being the one you have to think about", Trump said Friday afternoon at an event with the family members.