"After today's important visit to Texas, I hope this isn't what the media is going to choose to focus on", Grisham said. It's selling a black T-shirt for $40 and a black and olive green bomber jackets for $98 - both boasting the message "I Really Care, Don't You?"
First Lady Melania Trump has been criticised for the choice of her jacket worn on a trip to a migrant child detention centre in Texas.
The visit comes a day after President Trump, through executive order, halted the policy that has resulted in the separation of over 2,300 children from their parents who illegally crossed the USA southern border with Mexico. While her intentions were good, they were severely overshadowed by her poor choice of fashion.
"You have to understand: Melania trump not just put on for this trip 30 $ jacket that just happened to have in her wardrobe full of expensive designer clothes".
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A second source said that Melania was aware that she was going to create drama with her fashion choice but made a decision to move forward anyway because she is already in knee-deep with her husband.
The company also noted that all proceeds would be donated to RAICES, a nonprofit agency that "promotes justice by providing free and low-priced legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees in Texas", according to its website.
The jacket has had an impact, completely selling out, not once, but twice. They were mostly Guatemalan, ranging in age from 12 to 17. At the same time, we don't want people coming into our country illegally.
"We care, we vote".
Emma McIlroy, chief executive of the Wildfang clothing company told the Thomson Reuters Foundation that the new jackets were designed and ready for sale the same day as the visit of Melania to Texas. I don't believe she really meant to say she doesn't care.
I think we were undervaluing pictures when we said they were worth 1000 words. "Y don't U?", while attending a Pearl Jam concert in Milan on Friday.