Trump's third wife ditched the coat when she got off the plane in Texas.
The First Lady's spokesperson has said in a statement of the jacket, "It's a jacket...there was no hidden message". She put the jacket back on as she disembarked from her plane back at Joint Base Andrews near Washington, D.C.
The jacket only appeared upon her departure - by the time Trump arrived in McAllen, Texas, the olive drab jacket, a $39 Zara design, was gone, and she walked into the housing facility clad in a cream military-style jacket with white jeans and sneakers. This is what First Ladies often do. Her choice of accompanying garment, though, has left many to speculate on her true feelings about the policy that has so far left over 2,300 children stranded away from their parents. Last August, the media and public discussed the high-heeled shoes she wore to fly to Texas to view Hurricane Harvey destruction.
This Republican, who is supportive of Trump, but skeptical of some of what they consider to be the administration's ham-handedness, says there was an urgent meeting among communications staff about how to fix this after it was becoming a story.
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'She wants to see what's happening for herself and she wants to lend her support, executive order or not.
Trump's visit to McAllen, Texas, came amid the firestorm over President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy that has led to children being separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border.
To who? Her husband? Photos from the Upbring New Hope Children's Center suggest that the first lady is touring a newly renovated school-a far cry from recent images of children sleeping under mylar blankets, being led through tent cities and screaming for their separately detained parents.
" 'I'm headed down to Texas, ' " is what Grisham said the first lady told her husband, and "he was supportive".
The first lady's jacket quickly made her a trending topic on Twitter.