Trump says message on Melania’s jacket aimed at Fake News Media

First Lady Melania Trump (pictured) was caught in a Twitter storm over a feature on the jacket she was wearing while visiting a Texas detention center housing immigrant children forcing President Donald Trump to come to her defence. The words ‘I really don’t care, do u’ featured on the back of the jacket were noticed by a foreign correspondent as the first lady arrived at Joint Base Andrews on Thursday morning to travel to Texas. Expressing shock over the dress, Twitter users said wearing a jacket carrying such a message was inappropriate while visiting children of detained parents who illegally crossed the US-Mexican border. Melania enraged her critics further by wearing the same jacket during her return trip. The president defended her by saying the message was directed at the Fake News Media. He said Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she no longer cares. The first lady’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said the jacket was not intended to send any message to anyone. It was just a jacket. Media should focus on the first lady’s important visit to Texas and not on her wardrobe. Melania’s trip came a day after Trump signed an executive order ending separation of migrant families that illegally cross the US-Mexico border by detaining parents and children together.