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Nordstrom to reduce stock of Ivanka Trump merchandise: report

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Nordstrom is planning to reduce its stock of Ivanka Trump merchandise following boycotts of retailers by protesters, Bloomberg reported Thursday.

According to the report, the department-store chain will cut back on stock of Trump’s merchandise, though some will remain in stores.

The decision, which has not been confirmed or officially announced by Nordstrom, would come after the Grab Your Wallet campaign, which is critical of Donald Trump’s administration, asked shoppers to boycott retailers with Ivanka and Donald Trump-branded products.


Ivanka Trump is no longer listed on the brands on Nordstrom’s website, though it is still included on its Nordstrom Rack website.

Co-President Pete Nordstrom addressed the controversy surrounding the partnership in a November email to employees, according to Bloomberg. He said the company had heard from customers threatening to boycott the chain for its relationship with Trump or if it were to end its relationship with Trump.

“This is a sharply divisive subject,” he said. “No matter what we do, we are going to end up disappointing some of our customers. Every single brand we offer is evaluated on their results –– if people don’t buy it, we won’t sell it.”

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