Melania Trump wears 'I really don't care, do U?' jacket to border
22 June, 2018, 18:31 | Author: Christina Harvey
Hours after the photo was taken, Grisham issued a second statement on her official Twitter account blasting the media. There was no hidden message. "Do U?" while en route to visitimmigrant children held in detention centers in Texas. "She thinks that it's important that children stay with their families", she said.
Look. I get what Grisham is trying to do here.
The Trump administration has been enforcing a "zero tolerance" policy on illegal border crossers since early May. But that doesn't mean it's not a story.
Melania is an immigrant herself, having come to the United States on an "Einstein visa" (for people with "extraordinary ability") from Slovenia as a model then with a Camel cigarette ad in Times Square.
While Melania added: "I'm looking forward to meeting the children".
Now to the matter at hand. "Do you?" scrawled on the back when she boarded her plane to visit a child migrant detention centre. Her detractors? The media?
"But even if the stars and moon collide, I never want you back in my life". "That's great", she said. LOTS. She picked this one for a reason. But the move backfired, with the message being unclear, open to misinterpretation, going over the heads of people, and distracting from the positive objective of her trip.
We can probably argue for days as to whether she did this on goal, though it does raise eyebrows that if it weren't intentional, there would be someone in the presidential cadre who might have pointed out that a $40 Zarajacket with a potentially inflammatory message might not be the best outfit for a child prison.
East Wing communications director Stephanie Grishamtold CNN in a statement that there wasn't any hidden meaning behind the jacket. "Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she not longer cares!"
There simply aren't coincidences like this in politics.
Trump blamed media for criticising Melania's clothes of choice for the visit.
At one point, a reporter from NY magazine, Olivia Nuzzi, played the tape ProPublica obtained from inside a U.S. The latter refers to Sessions quoting a Bible verse to defend the administration's policy.
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