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Melania Trump makes a surprise visit to a Texas border facility
The First lady, Melania Trump makes a surprise visit to a social-Service center in Texas, in the Wake of the crisis, the immigrant families on the border.
Melania Trump has arrived in Arizona for their second visit in the last few days on the southern border of the region.
The first lady came on Thursday in Tucson. You will be expected to visit to the Center Thursday housing migrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The visit comes a week after MS Trump traveled to the border town of McAllen, Texas, with the officials there deal with detained families. She also met with children at one of the facilities.
But this trip was overshadowed by a coat the first lady wore, and from Texas, said on the back: “I don’t know really don’t care, do u?”
The first lady’s spokeswoman said it was only a jacket, no hidden message, but interest in her fashion choice was a distraction from Ms. Trump’s journey. Her husband, President Donald Trump, undercut the non-message message, via Twitter, that his wife was, and said they don’t really care about the “fake news” media.
This time, they do not bear any specific message.
The first lady on Board your plane wearing a black T-shirt and white pants for the flight.
Mrs. Trump’s travels in the midst of the turmoil about her husband’s hard-line approach to immigration, and evidence of the increasing urgency to play as is.
More than 2,300 children were separated from their parents at the border in recent weeks, and some were commissioned by the government, women’s shelters, hundreds of miles away from their parents.
The President last week, under an executive order signed to stop the separation of families on the border, at least for a few weeks, but the order are separated on the reunification of families.
A Federal judge on Tuesday ordered that thousands of children to be reunited with a migrant background, and parents, within 30 days-and earlier, if the youngster is under 5. The order provides logistical problems for the administration, and it was unclear how it would be to meet the deadline.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.