Fast-fashion pioneer Zara has been caught up in a sartorial controversy involving first lady Melania Trump - with a garment that was last on sale two years ago.
Visiting another classroom, Melania asked children where they were from and how long they'd been at the centre where staff said children typically spend between 42 and 45 days.
"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message". What was her first choice?
"I'm surprised that as somebody how works - who is employed by Melania Trump, by the Trump family is, able to speak so freely against the president's policies", said host Kasie Hunt.
Throughout the fracas, the first lady was cast as a sympathetic character. "She wanted to see everything for herself and children are an important part of her platform", Grisham told the pool. The first lady has spearheaded a "Be Best" initiative, whose primary aim is to promote healthy behaviors among children, but child health experts have said that the practice of taking children from their parents has detrimental effects to their long-term health.
"Guys, stop making fun of Melania's jacket".
Melania should give "I REALLY DON'T CARE" flack jackets to her husband, Jeff Sessions, Stephen Miller, John Kelly, Kirstjen Nielsen and Alex Azar, because they deserve all the flack that's coming at them. But maybe not, because Trump's next tweet echoed the same policy he's always professed: "We have to maintain strong borders or we will no longer have a country that we can be proud of - and if we show any weakness, millions of people will journey into our country". "That's like saying if you play an Aerosmith song forwards, it contains hidden messages about love in an elevator". Because if wearing a literal sandwich board that screams "I DON'T FUCKING CARE" isn't enough to convince Americans that THEY DON'T FUCKING CARE, then we're all just doomed. We dress for funerals, weddings, school, and the beach, and we think about all of it - even the flip-flops.
She had changed into more sensible sneakers by the time she got off the plane in Texas but the Twitterverse had a field day sneering. The first lady is a woman who understands the power of clothes, and unless the jacket was placed on her while blindfolded, she was sending a message. "Now, before we show you this photo, please know it's real", assured Colbert of the photo (below), which is, amazingly enough, not a fake. "I can't imagine what bad things you've been through, said one of the kids to Melania", he said. Clothing is her kabuki theater. "Do U?" on the back as she returns to Washington from a visit to the U.S. -Mexico border area in Texas, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S., June 21, 2018.
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