Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump are, undeniably, two of the most followed women today. Though they are labeled as the “key women” in the life of POTUS Donald Trump, Melania and Ivanka are, reportedly, not close to each other. Now, a new book claims that the FLOTUS, allegedly, threw shade at the First Daughter by wearing a mystery jacket that expressed intention of taking a jab at someone.

In June 2018, Melania made headlines after donning a $39 jacket emblazoned with "I really don't care, do you?" statement during a trip to a migrant child detention center. At first, reports claimed that the FLOTUS wore the controversial jacket to send a message to the children. However, Melania made it clear that it was directed at the media.

"It's obvious I didn't wear the jacket for the children. I wore the jacket to go on the plane and off the plane," Melania Trump told ABC News in October 2018. "And it was for the people and for the left-wing media who are criticizing me," she went on. At the time, Melania insisted that it was just a jacket and told the outlet that she wants to focus on what she does more than what she wears.

However, CNN reporter Kate Bennett, who wrote the “Free, Melania: The Unauthorized Biography” book, claimed that Melania Trump’s “I really don’t care, Do U?” jacket was, actually, aimed at Ivanka Trump. The journalist said the FLOTUS was not pleased after Ivanka, allegedly, took all the credit for President Donald Trump’s softened stance on immigration.

Reports have it that it was Melania who convinced the POTUS to unstiffen some of his hardest-line campaign positions of immigration. Kate said Melania Trump threw shade at Ivanka Trump by wearing a jacket from one of First Daughter’s favorite stores.

Feud rumors have been hounding Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump for quite some time already. However, a White House official, previously, debunked the speculations and said that the two women are on great terms.

"The first lady and Ivanka have a great relationship," a source close to Melania and Ivanka told The New York Times. "As strong independent women, each has their own unique portfolio but they always support each other personally and professionally,” it added.

Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump have yet to comment on Kate Bennett’s recent claims. Hence, these feud speculations should be taken with a grain of salt until everything is proven true and correct.

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First lady Melania Trump looks on as President Donald Trump speaks after receiving an update from disaster relief organizations on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C., Sept. 1, 2017. Getty Images

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