President Donald Trump is said to have scolded his wife, Melania Trump, after she wore a jacket that read, “I really don’t care, right?” , on her back. The information comes from Melania’s ex-aide Stephanie Grisham, who wrote about the incident in her book, “I’ll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw in the Trump White House.”
It must have all happened in the White House when the couple returned home from a trip to a refugee camp in McAllen, Texas, in June 2018.
During the same period, the Trump administration has been criticized for separating immigrant children from their family members at the border with Mexico. The visit to McAllen was intended to change the image of the White House and ultimately led to Trump’s removal from the program.
Pictures of Melania Trump in a McAllen jacket have sparked a media storm and a lot of speculation about what she has to say about her outfit choice.
Donald Trump to Melania: “What the hell are you doing?”
When the couple got home from the trip, Donald Trump reportedly yelled at Melania and asked, “What the hell are you doing?” , reports Washington Post, which received a preview of Gresham’s book.
At the same time, the president came up with the idea that the jacket would send a message to the media – which he believed treated him unfairly.
– I obviously didn’t have the kids’ jacket. I wore the jacket to get on and off the plane. Melanie Trump said in an interview that those who criticize me are for the sake of the people and the left-wing media News letters in October.
Stephanie Grisham, formerly Melania Trump’s press aide at the White House resigned on January 6, 2020, after the Capitol was stormed.
– Gresham had big problems. Now, just like everyone else, you get paid by a radical left-wing author for saying bad and untrue things, says Donald Trump hill.
Trump – responsible for the chaos at the border
Thousands of children have been separated from their parents at the US border after a zero-tolerance campaign against Donald Trump, as anyone who crosses the border illegally will be prosecuted. The law received heavy criticism.
Federal Judge Dana Sabrao concluded that the Trump administration was responsible for separating the children, even before the aforementioned zero-tolerance principle was introduced.
The American Civil Liberties Union demanded that nearly 2,800 children be reunited with their parents.
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