Women Boycott Nordstrom After Retailer's Decision to Drop Ivanka's Line
A group of women from Arizona canceled their Nordstrom accounts after the retailer recently dropped Ivanka Trump's fashion line.
In a Facebook video that went viral, five women are seen going into a Nordstrom location to close out their accounts.
The women, all supporters of President Donald Trump, were guests Saturday morning on "Fox & Friends Weekend."
Amanda Lawler, who organized the boycott, said Nordstrom dropping Ivanka was the final straw in a series of anti-Trump incidents including designers refusing to dress First Lady Melania Trump and verbal attacks targeting Barron Trump, the president's 10-year-old son.
"When Nordstrom's decided to jump on the bandwagon, we decided we wanted to make a peaceful stance," she said.
Nordstrom said dropping Ivanka's line was based on declining sales and was not a political decision. However, Jeanne Guthrie is not buying that, saying the department store caved to liberal pressure.
"I don't want my shopping experience to be about politics," she said. "I want it to be about just shopping."
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