Twitter reacts to Nordstorm, Neiman Marcus dropping Ivanka Trump line
Nordstrom announced last night that it is dropping the Ivanka Trump brand from its stores and now Neiman Marcus is following suit, as a growing number of consumers speak out against the brands carrying Trump goods on social media.
Shortly after Nordstrom announced that it is ridding its brick-and-mortar and online shops of Ivanka Trump apparel, Neiman Marcus allegedly removed the products as well: Ivanka Trump jewelry offerings have disappeared from its website, and Racked reported that a sales associate had pulled them from a store in New Jersey. (Neiman Marcus did not respond to request for comment.)
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