It’s hard to separate Donald Trump’s businesses from his politics. As a result, some are calling for a boycott of the president-elect’s business empire and other companies that sell Trump products.
Shannon Coulter, a brand and digital strategist, started the#GrabYourWallet hashtag in October following the publication of a leaked tape that showed Trump making lewd comments about women. Coulter used the hashtag to encourage people who were offended by Trump’s language and actions to boycott companies doing business with his family.
Following Trump’s election, she and other anti-Trump Twitter users have circulated a spreadsheet with retailers that do business with the Trump family. The spreadsheet includes information about how to contact each business.
On Saturday, Shoes.com announced on Twitter that it was removing Ivanka Trump shoes from its inventory. While the Canadian company valued at $320 million isn’t as big as competitors like Zappos — which continues to sell Trump lines — this was the first time a retailer responded to the Grab Your Wallet movement by actually dropping Trump products.
As of Tuesday, Grab Your Wallet’s list of brands that carry Trump products included 32 retailers, including Amazon and Bloomingdales.
The discount retailer carries Ivanka Trump’s lines of shoes, clothing, and accessories.
The e-commerce giant carries both Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump merchandise, from the book “The Art of the Deal” to Ivanka Trump’s shoe line.
For what it’s worth, some Trump supporters on Reddit have also called for a boycott of Amazon because CEO Jeff Bezos said he wants to send Trump to space. The CEO has also said the president-elect “erodes our democracy around the edges.”
The Southeastern department store chain sells Ivanka Trump’s lines of shoes and handbags.
The home furnishing store sells the Trump Home line, “inspired by the mansions and historic properties of Donald J. Trump.”
The retailer sells Ivanka Trump’s lines of shoes and handbags.
The apparel company sells Ivanka Trump’s lines of shoes and handbags (though both are currently discounted greatly).
Bon-Ton and Carson’s
The retailers — owned by the same parent company — sell Ivanka Trump’s clothing line.
Bed Bath and Beyond
The company sells Ivanka Trump diaper bags.
Burlington Coat Factory
The discount department store sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The department chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The retail chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The shoe retailer sells Ivanka Trump’s shoe line.
The Canadian department chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The Home Shopping Network sells the Trump Home line of home furnishings.
The online retailer sells Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump lines, including shoes and fragrances.
Lord & Taylor
The retailer sells Ivanka Trump clothing, jewelry, and handbags.
While the chain banned Donald Trump’s menswear line last year after the president-elect referred to Mexican immigrants as “rapists,” it still sells Ivanka Trump’s lines of clothing, jewelry, and handbags.
Marshalls and TJ Maxx
The chains, which are owned by the same parent company, sell Ivanka Trump clothing, shoes, and accessories.
The luxury retailer sells Ivanka Trump’s jewelry line.
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The retailer sells Ivanka Trump’s shoe, clothing, and handbag lines.
The discount company sells Ivanka Trump’s shoe and clothing lines.
While Perfumania cut ties with the Trump in July 2015, the company recently restocked its Donald Trump fragrances, like Empire by Trump and Success by Trump. It also carries Ivanka Trump’s perfume line.
Don’t be fooled by the name — the hotels are owned by the Trump Organization.
Saks Off Fifth
The department store sells Ivanka Trump’s lines of clothing, jewelry, and handbags.