— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 9, 2017
During his daily press briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Conway has been "counseled" regarding her comment.
After Nordstrom decided to drop Ivanka Trump's fashion line from its department stores, a number of retailers have recently followed suit.
Neiman Marcus, Belk, Jet, ShopStyle, Home Shopping Network, T.J. Maxx and Marshall's have all reportedly dropped Ivanka's products.
President Donald Trump's Senior Counselor Kellyanne Conway joined "Fox & Friends" Thursday to discuss these companies' decision to drop Ivanka.
Retailers are blaming a decrease in sales as to the reasoning behind dropping the products. These decisions however have coincided with liberal pressure to not promote any merchandise relating to the Trump family.
The #GrabYourWallet campaign, founded by Shannon Coulter, is specifically targeting merchandise associated with Donald and Ivanka.
— Shannon Coulter (@shannoncoulter) February 8, 2017
"I do find it ironic that you've got some executives all over the internet bragging about what they've done to her and her line, and yet they're using the most prominent woman in Donald Trump's...she's his daughter...and they're using her who has been a champion for women empowerment, women in the workplace to get to him," Conway said.
"Go buy Ivanka's stuff," Conway added, saying that consumers can buy Ivanka's products online.
The president tweeted his response to Nordstrom on Wednesday.
My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly by @Nordstrom. She is a great person -- always pushing me to do the right thing! Terrible!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 8, 2017
In the aftermath of retailers dropping Ivanka's line, the hashtag #BuyIvanka has spread on social media.
— Team Trump 45™ (@Team_Trump45) February 9, 2017
What do you think of these retailers dropping the line? Is it a business or a political decision? Tell us in the comments section.