Meanwhile, a music blogger noted that the First Lady’s jacket was “actually a knockoff [of] a design sold at Barney’s, with the original text reading ‘LOVE TRUMPS HATE'”—the refrain favored by the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign and the Trump resistance.

Molloy also shared photoshopped images of Melania Trump’s jacket with new phrases emblazoned across the back—from sentiments that applied to the First Lady; to an appeal to abolish ICE, the agency charged with apprehending immigrants who cross the border; to a reminder to register to vote.

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The clothing design company Wildfang also quickly introduced its own version of the Zara-designed jacket worn by the First Lady, as well as a T-shirt, both featuring the phrase “I really do care. Don’t U?”

All proceeds from the two designs were set to go to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), a Texas-based non-profit organization that offers free and low-cost legal services to immigrants and refugees. By Friday morning, the company reported that it had raised $15,000 for the group.

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