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Ivanka Trump’s brand removed from stores is viewed as a political statement

View of a Nordstrom Rack store, an outlet branch of the US-American department store chain Nordstrom, on the 12th Street on February 3, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Nordstrom decided to stop selling the fashion collection of Ivanka Trump, daughter of US-President Donald Trump, due to small sales figures, a Nordstrom spokesperson told the dpa (German Press-Agency). (Vanessa Kockegei/DPA/Zuma Press/TNS)

Heidi Weinrich

February 14, 2017

President Trump announced on Twitter, Feb. 8, that Nordstrom has dropped his daughter, Ivanka Trump's brand from being sold at their stores.With Nordstrom not selling Ivanka Trump's brand, Professor Diane Lewis-Goldstein, of the Family and Consumer Sciences Department, said the public must take Nordst...

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