What did it mean?
As Stephen Colbert learned this week, apparently you can mess up humanitarian outreach. Five? The entire executive branch?.
"I'd also like to ask you how I can help these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible", she said.
And even Dictionary.com made a decision to publish a pointed tweet defining the word "indifference" and explaining its definition matched what it saw as the First Lady's message.
Top House Democrat Nancy Pelosi said her caucus was opposed to both bills, and it was unclear if there was sufficient Republican support for the compromise measure.
"Ivanka feels very strongly, my wife feels very strongly about it, I feel very strongly about it".
This was the first lady tweeting her emotions through her wardrobe.
It's not the first time her clothing choices have been branded insensitive.
The Daily Mail first reported the jacket, which was spotted by the press traveling with the first lady but impossible to read without a long-range camera lens. "She does not worry about her critics". Trump was not wearing the jacket when she landed in McAllen, Texas.
So was anyone in a position to advise Melania Trump against wearing a coat that broadcast a message with the potential to offend? Maybe her staff did say something.
"Today is going to be bigger than Black Friday for us", McIlroy said.
"In 2013, we set out to create a home for badass women everywhere", the three women who started the company write on the Wildfang website, where they say the company's employees "eat, sleep and breathe fashion and feminism".
Meyers also mocked the official response from the first lady's spokesperson.
People have long tried to divine messages in first ladies' attire. Was it to distract from the fact that she didn't actually visit a detention center and instead just went to a church shelter? Her spokesman swatted them all down.
"Remember when Michelle Obama showed her bare arms and went to an oil spill, and Fox News went nuts?"
But Mrs. Trump's declaration was, perhaps, more intentional. It's more like a dog whistle for Trump's anti-immigrant supporters: "I'm publicly supporting immigrants, but you really know I don't care".
Anyway, here are some photos of Melania, who nearly definitely is aware that her jacket has sparked national outrage over a national heartbreak, walking to her auto on a hot day wearing said jacket.
That only raised more questions. The jacket had Trump trending on Twitter, with many users changing what the back of the jacket said. The first lady had mostly been out of public view since the president had been accused of having an affair with Stormy Daniels. Celebrities were quick to point out the unfortunate sartorial choice on social media and on TV.