That's why we made this jacket."RELATED: First Lady Melania Trump's "I don't care" jacket causes a stir during her border visitThe "I Really Care" jacket was sold out as of Friday, but the company still offers other clothing items ranging from $40.00 to $98.00".
But President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN analyst Kirsten Powers: Melania's jacket should read "Let them eat cake" CNN's Cuomo confronts Lewandowski over "womp womp" remark Sessions says Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok no longer has his security clearance MORE contradicted that statement, saying in a tweet that the message referred to "the Fake News Media". She was on her way to visit immigrant children being held in a shelter at the border in McAllen, Texas. "First Lady" written on it. You go to a troubled area. Yeah, and I bet they can't wait to see you, buddy.
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. "You can't mess that up", Colbert said on Thursday's "Late Show".
The photos show the children all smiles while meeting Melania, who wore tight white jeans and white trainers with the changed jacket.
But Wildfang, a queer-owned clothing company headquartered in Portland, Ore., chose to mobilize around the moment, creating a series of "I Really Care, Don't U?" merchandise.
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White House spokesperson Stephanie Grisham said there was nothing symbolic about the jacket. "It's right on the back".
It's the back, where "I really don't care, do u?" was placed by the global mass market brand Zara, that has become social media's playground, from the compassionate to the downright raunchy.
"For the record: We do", Colbert added.
It was not the first time Melania Trump raised eyebrows for her fashion choices when out in the field: previous year she wore needle-thin high stiletto heels to observe the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey.
"Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!" Jacqueline Kennedy is famously remembered for her pillbox hats while Betty Ford did the '70s in color; Hillary Clinton owned the pantsuit, and Michelle Obama redefined First Lady style with frequently exposed shoulders and affordable dresses.