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TJ Maxx And Marshalls Remove Ivanka Trump's Fashion Line (Photo)

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Ivanka Trump's fashion line has taken a hit by two more major retailers.

A photo of an Ivanka blazer with a clearance sign above it at TJ Maxx is going viral, the Daily Mail reported.

TJX companies have reportedly ordered workers at both TJ Maxx and Marshalls to take down all of Ivanka's merchandise and advertisements.

"Effective immediately, please remove all Ivanka Trump merchandise from features and mix into [other products on the racks]," read a note which was leaked to The New York Times. "All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded."

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TJX Companies said that they often reorganizes products, but one worker said she'd never seen an order demanding for a brand's advertisements to be thrown in the trash.

"We aim to offer a merchandise mix that gives our customers a choice in what they may want to purchase," Doreen Thompson, a spokesperson for TJX Companies, told Racked.

Thompson said the companies will continue to sell Ivanka's fashion line "at this time," but did not specify whether the company would restock and continue selling the brand.

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Ivanka's fashion line has already been axed by luxury chains Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus. More recently, her brand was dropped by Belk, Jet, Home Shopping Network and Shopstyle.

The news comes in the midst of the anti-President Donald Trump "Grab Your Wallet" boycott, which calls for consumers to protest the president by not buying any Trump merchandise. The boycott was started in October, shortly after the president's "grab them by the p***y" audio tape remark was leaked to the public.

Nordstrom has insisted that their decision to drop Ivanka's fashion brand was not political, but due instead to a "steady decline" of sales. According to the Daily Mail, several of her products have been marked down almost 50 percent by the retail giant.

Donald has since taken to Twitter to address Nordstrom's decision.

"My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly by Nordstrom," he tweeted. "She is a great person - always pushing me to do the right thing! Terrible!"

Sources: Daily Mail, The New York Times, Racked, Donald J. Trump/Twitter / Photo credit: Michael Vadon/Flickr, Twitter via Daily Mail

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