Ivanka Trump Had Enough Of Retail Stores Dropping Her Clothing Line

After liberals launched a boycott against Ivanka Trump’s clothing brand, several retail stores have cracked under the pressure and decided not to sell her clothing and accessories. Nordstrom Inc., an American chain of luxury department stores headquartered in Seattle, Washington, was probably the first company to start this ‘rebellion’ by pulling Ivanka Trump’s fashion brand from the shelves, followed by Belk, ShopStyle and Home Shopping Network.

Now, it has been revealed that TJ Maxx has sent a memo out to all their stores instructing employees to throw away and destroy all signs advertising Ivanka’s clothing and accessory line, reports MRC Blog.

“Effective immediately, please remove all Ivanka Trump merchandise from features and mix into,” the memo read, placed on the racks where other clothes hang. “All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded.”

Doreen Thompson, a spokeswoman for the TJX Companies, revealed that the instruction was to eliminate special displays for the merchandise, but “not to remove it from the sales floor.”

“We offer a rapidly changing selection of merchandise for our customers, and brands are featured based on a number of factors,” she said.

Each retail store that has dropped Ivanka Trump’s line claims to have done so due to declining sales, but it’s clear as a day that the liberal threats and propaganda have ‘poisoned’ this business branch.

But looks like the First Daughter is the one who will have the last laugh. All these outlets that are trying to destroy Ivanka better prepare for some bad news, as her line is now being sold on eBay, where it is “selling like hotcakes.”

Liberals can boycott Ivanka in stores all they want, but conservatives are still showing their support for her by purchasing her items online.