Netflix shares take hit as subscriber slip hints at 'lumpy' road ahead
Prince Louis Smiles in Kate Middleton's Arms in New Candid Photo
Kate Upton Expecting First Child With Husband Justin Verlander
Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra’s First Wife, Dies At 101
Netflix has just become the top Emmy-nominated network
First lady's shelter visit overshadowed by jacket
23 June 2018, 12:34 | Mandy Simon
Melania visits detained immigrant children as Trump furore continues
The words were printed in white, in graffiti-style, on the jacket's back.
Maybe we should just go back to the original market for the jacket to find its meaning for Melania Trump: young women who want to make a statement but aren't able to voice it publicly - so they wear their ennui on their backs.
"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message", said her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham.
"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message".
The wardrobe choice drew plenty of criticism on social media where many called it tone deaf, comparing it with Melania Trump's decision to wear stiletto heels during another one of her visits to Texas, that time to survey the damage wrought by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
Mrs Trump first visited Upbring New Hope Children's Shelter, part of Lutheran Social Services - a facility that now houses about 60 children aged from five to 17, from Guatemala. "Do U?" on the back as she returns to Washington from a visit to the U.S. -Mexico border area in Texas, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S., June 21, 2018. The jacket belongs to the company's spring-summer 2016 season.
The "Outnumbered" panel reacted Friday to the media outcry, with Abby Huntsman questioning why Mrs. Trump wore the jacket in the first place after striking a compassionate note by visiting the detention center. Noah made the same joke, but he followed it up with, "We could spend forever talking about how out of touch this makes Melania seem, but I don't really care. First Lady" written on it.
Another School of Melania whisperers thought the jacket, like that white pantsuit, was directed at President Donald Trump. Immigration advocate David Leopold said he first assumed, when a friend sent him the photos, that it was an altered photo meant to be a joke.
The show cut to a clip of the first lady saying she planned to figure out how she could help the kids who were detained.
Far be it for me to criticise the sartorial choices of a First Lady of the United States - given I am a lower-than-dirt internet writer boy - but I simply must register my displeasure with this particular one.
Who gained and who lost what from the Trump-Kim summit
The pledge, absent from the joint statement Trump signed with Kim, appeared to come as news to both South Korea and the Pentagon. He added that the vice president "went on to say while this readiness training and exchanges will occur, war games will not".
Trump threatens 20 percent U.S. tariff on EU car imports
In a retaliatory move, China responded with a 25% tariff on U.S. imports including Bourbon, which will come into play on 6 July. Commerce Department is investigating whether imports of automobiles and auto parts pose a risk to national security.
Gallery: England edge past Tunisia as Tottenham stars shine
The Spurs striker admitted there had been some nerves present beforehand in the camp, but was full of praise for the team . He broke the deadlock in the 11th minute and scored a last-gasp victor after Tunisia equalised through Ferjani Sassi .