Melania Trump Visits Border Again, Learning More At Migrant Centers

Melania Trump Heads Back to Border, Without Her Jacket Distraction This Time

First Lady Melania Trump Tours Ariz. Border, Pledges Support For BP Agents

The first lady's wardrobe became an issue last week, when she traveled to McAllen, Texas, wearing a jacket that said, "I really don't care, do u?" on the back.

She landed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson around 1 p.m. EST in the same look - however, she traded her slip-on shoes for white sneakers before heading to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility holding undocumented immigrant families suspected of crossing the border illegally. "She thinks that it's important that children stay with their families". Many were placed hundreds of miles away from one another and have been struggling to be reunited.

"She wanted to see everything for herself", her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said at the time.

If Melania and Donald were to separate, it's unclear what she'd ultimately takeaway-though with a presidency on the line, we're expecting the payout would be pretty major.

On Thursday, the first lady set off from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland for Arizona wearing a black shirt and white trousers, which she paired with black flats.

The choice ignited the internet and spawned a slew of memes about what the first lady, a former model, may have meant. Her spokeswoman said it was simply "a jacket" with "no hidden message". But the first lady's husband undercut the no-message message by tweeting that she was saying she really doesn't care about the "fake news" media.

The sold-out jacket from Zara that Melania Trump wore to visit immigrant children in Texas is now available on eBay, according to The Washington Post. Another classroom had five cribs lined up against a wall. A day care for children under 2 and a few mothers - also minors.

Since the ruling, Grisham said Thursday, the first lady is "anxious to learn how they're implementing the new process".

The first lady had pressured her husband to change his hardline approach after images of distraught immigrant children dominated headlines in the United States and overseas.

"How are you?" she said, smiling.

At the Southwest Key facility, the first lady held another roundtable discussion with the organization's employees.

Anticipating a trip to Phoenix, protesters also gathered outside the Southwest Key facility in the city's west side.

As Kate Bennett, CNN's first-lady correspondent, noted, protesters in Phoenix awaited the first lady's arrival alongside a large, inflatable replica of President Trump.

Melania Trump at a detention facility for children in Phoenix, Arizona.

Another official showed Mrs. Trump a picture that seemed to take her aback.

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