Melania spokeswoman calls for boycott of TI over video

Lawrence Kim
October 16, 2018

Months after Melania Trump caused an uproar for wearing a jacket that stated, "I don't really care, do u?", she has finally opened up about the meaning behind the outfit choice.

At the time of the June trip, Donald Trump said it was a message to the "Fake News Media". A spokesperson for Melania, Stephanie Grisham, insisted that the attention and speculation were unwarranted as it was simply just a jacket.

Now we have an answer: Melania has admitted she was sending a message.

Trump wore a jacket with that wording on her way to visit migrant children in Texas.

Watch Mel's interview (below) to hear her response about the controversial jacket.

There was widespread speculation and criticism over what message Mrs Trump meant to send by wearing the jacket on that particular trip - although her spokeswoman said "there was no hidden message".

"It was for the people and for the left-wing media who are criticising me". A clip of her appearing on CNN's The Joy Behar Show in 2011 shows her explicitly standing by the birther claims and asserting that the American people wanted to see Obama's birth certificate. "But it will not stop me to do what I feel is right".

Melania Trump's spokeswoman thinks T.I. went too far in his latest music video.

While some thought the jacket might have been about her husband and others thought it was about the children, it was actually directed towards the media.

The interviewer, Tom Llamas, asked Melania if there was in fact a message she was trying to send and she responded by saying, "It was kind of a message, yes". As he takes a seat at the Resolute Desk, a model closely resembling the first lady walks in.

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