The Trump Organization's official store responded to ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday after the comedian mocked the store for selling foreign-made goods by thanking Kimmel for the free advertising.

In a tweet, the store said Kimmel was "an even better salesman than comedian."

Kimmel, a frequent President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: 'I will not let Iran have nuclear weapons' Rocket attack hits Baghdad's Green Zone amid escalating tensions: reports Buttigieg on Trump tweets: 'I don't care' MORE critic, responded on his own Twitter, writing, "You are most welcome and, may I say, the Chinese do a BEAUTIFUL job making your products!" He tagged President Trump's sons Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpUkraine's top prosecutor says no evidence of wrongdoing by Bidens New financial disclosure forms provide glimpses of Trump's wealth Trump's Doral resort revenue has dropped since presidential campaign: report MORE and Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpNew financial disclosure forms provide glimpses of Trump's wealth De Blasio blasts Trump as he launches 2020 bid: 'Every New Yorker knows he's a con artist' Trump rips de Blasio 2020 bid: 'He is a JOKE' MORE.

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The Twitter spat comes after Kimmel highlighted some goods sold on the website in a segment on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Wednesday.

“Even though my wife was yelling at me the whole time I was on the site — ‘Don’t order anything from that!’ — I ordered a bunch of stuff from it,” Kimmel told his audience.

“I got something for my son, a toddler bib, just like the one the president wears when he eats cheeseburgers in bed,” Kimmel said. “Made in — wanna guess where this one was made — in Peru.”

Kimmel went on to point out several items manufactured in China and others with no readily apparent labels representing their country of origin.

“Are they capable of shame?” Kimmel asked of the president's sons, who run the Trump Organization. “Trump’s whole platform is about supporting American companies. His company isn’t even supporting America.”

Kimmel has vowed to filed a complaint against the Trump Organization. Failure to properly list country of origin on imported goods could result in a fine up to $500,000, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.