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Four More Retailers Drop Ivanka Trump's Fashion Brand (Photos)

| by Jonathan Constante

As cameras inside the White House caught Ivanka Trump on the phone while holding her baby on her lap, the first daughter learned the news that her fashion line has been axed by four more retailers.

Belk, Jet, ShopStyle and Home Shopping Network have followed Nordstrom's lead and dropped Ivanka's fashion brand, the Daily Mail reported. The news comes shortly after the Grab Your Wallet campaign began boycotting businesses from which the Trump family profits.

The campaign was started on Oct. 11 by Shannon Coulter and Sue Atencio. The boycott was in response to President Donald Trump's now infamous "grab them by the p****" remark, which was revealed during his presidential campaign in a leaked audio tape, and was followed by several accusations of sexual assault.

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The Grab Your Wallet campaign recently made headlines when major retailer Nordstrom decided to stop selling Ivanka's fashion line, although they insisted the move was a result of poor sales and denied partisanship.

On Feb. 7, ShopStyle quit selling Ivanka's brand, BuzzFeed News reported.

A Home Shopping Network spokesperson confirmed that they have also removed the first daughter's fashion line, but added that the decision was not politically motivated.

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"At HSN we are non-partisan and our product decisions are based solely on a continual evaluation related to our business," Jill Kermes, head of corporate affairs, told BuzzFeed News.

Belk followed suit, as well, but also insisted that they remove merchandise based on "the performance of the brands we carry."

Jet is still selling pro-Trump merchandise, but stopped selling Ivanka's brand and her father's Success fragrance.

Sources: Daily Mail, BuzzFeed News / Photo Credit: Ali Shaker/VOA/Wikimedia Commons
 

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