Trump took on the media portals for criticising Melania's choice of clothes while visiting the US-Mexico border to meet the children of immigrant families who had been left behind due to Trump administration's Zero Tolerance policy.
AN OREGON clothing company has created an "I really care" collection of clothes to raise money for immigrants as a response to the Melania Trump jacket controversy. In an attempt to deflect criticism targetted at Melania for her sartorial choice, President Trump sought to link the quote on her dress with "fake news".
First lady Melania Trump at border facility: "How long is the time that the max time that somebody spent here that they are reunited with their family?" Trump took it off before she stepped off the plane in Texas.
And on Sunday, her spokesman said she hoped the crisis would be solved 'with heart, ' sparking widespread speculation that the First Lady disagreed with her husband's own policy. He said he "drew it and just posted it" and "didn't really think" about how others would react to his art.
The agencies announced they "have a process established to ensure that family members know the location of their children and have regular communication after separation to ensure that those adults who are subject to removal are reunited with their children for the purposes of removal".
The Trump Administration Is Separating 65 Children a Day From Their Parents
We do not want adults to bring children into this country unlawfully, either, placing those children at risk. We still have an enormous drug problem and now we also have a historic problem with mass incarceration.
"Donald was furious over Melania's jacket, but then, that's why she wore it, to piss him off and to cause him maximum embarrassment", a source told the celebrity gossip outlet.
Whatever her intentions were with the jacket, it's clear that Trump has to learn that all of her actions have consequences-even if she doesn't care.
She also maintained that it was the first lady's idea to visit the Upbring New Hope Children's Shelter.
Earlier this week, President Trump signed an executive order that ended the policy of separating families at the US/Mexico border.
The Associated Press first reported that about 500 of the more than 2,000 children separated had been reunited. She said that she cried when the two were reunited and that she is never going to be away from him again.