Since her father took office, Ivanka Trump has seen her fashion line dropped or reduced at multiple retailers, including Nordstrom, T.J. Maxx and Marshall's.
Now, Trump is facing a lawsuit that alleges her company, Ivanka Trump Marks LLC, is getting an "unfair" boost based off her political connections as first daughter.
The class-action lawsuit, filed last week, was brought by Modern Appealing Clothing, a boutique based in San Francisco.
The suit seeks unspecified damages for women’s clothing retailers working in California, and also seeks an order blocking Trump's products from being sold in the state.
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The plaintiffs argue that her company - which Trump took a leave of absence from in January - has an advantage over the competition "from Donald J. Trump being the president of the United States and from Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared, working for the president of the United States."
The lawsuit also claims that Trump's brand got a boost from the president's tweets blasting Nordstrom for dropping her line, and from Kellyanne Conway telling people to "go buy Ivanka's stuff."
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