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In 2018, then-First Lady Melania Trump was captured making a trip to detention facilities for immigrant children on the US-Mexico border wearing an army-style jacket that read "I really don't care, do u?" on the back.

The incident would go on to mark Melania's time in office as First Lady, as her attitude was commented on throughout her single term. She later specifically mentioned the jacket was aimed at anyone who criticized her, which many hailed as a completely inappropriate stunt while visiting frightened detained children.

So when Dr. Jill Biden, our current First Lady, wore a jacket with text that simply said "Love" on the back of it to visit Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie Johnson right before the 2021 G7 Summit, many took it as a particular act of shade against Melania Trump.

Dr. Biden told Bloomberg she did, indeed, intend to send a message with the jacket.

"I think that we're bringing love from America," she said.

"I think that this [G7 Summit] is a global conference and we're trying to bring unity across the globe and I think that's important right now that you have a sense of unity."





Former President Trump's visits to the UK were marred by his own behavior and the nation's intolerance for him.

For awhile, a large balloon depicting a baby version of Trump was floating around the UK.

At one point, it directly coincided with his visit—something that made the former President extremely unhappy.





Jennifer Jacobs, the journalist from Bloomberg who got Dr. Biden's answer about the jacket, said herself Dr. Biden appeared to be trolling Melania Trump.




Whether or not it was intentional, Dr. Biden's message still stands in stark contrast to former First Lady Melania Trump's.