Melania says 'I don't care' jacket is OK since immigrants can't read it

Dan Broadbent

WASHINGTON, DC - While on her way to visit immigrant children essentially being held in internment camps, First Lady Melania Trump wore a jacket saying "I really don't care, do u?"

Mrs. Trump has shown deep compassion for immigrants and other marginalized populations, highlighted in her "Be Best" campaign. Of course, well-received "Be Best" campaign focuses on issues facing our children today: well-being, social media, and opioid abuse. I'm sure we all know at least one teenager who abuses opioids, and it's great that she's highlighting the issue of bullying on social media. It would be terrible if we had a commander in chief who incessantly bullied and lied to the public on social media.

After the story broke and became a source of outrage on Twitter, Mrs. Trump issued the following tweet explaining the decision:

The bold fashion choice has left critics on both sides of the aisle outraged: