Thursday morning on "Fox & Friends," President Donald Trump's Senior Counselor Kellyanne Conway discussed the recent decisions by a number of retailers to drop Ivanka Trump's fashion line.

At the end of the interview, Conway said, "Go buy Ivanka's stuff," adding that consumers can buy Ivanka's products online.

However, this plug did not sit too well with Meghan McCain, who blasted Conway Thursday on "Outnumbered."

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"That's actually unethical and goes against government regulations, so if you're gonna have an Administration that is essentially hawking material, then they really are a reality television first family in the vain of the Kardashians," McCain said.

Conway has received criticism for her comment, with some critics saying that it violates federal ethics rules.

During his daily press briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Conway has been "counseled" regarding her comment.

What do you think of Conway's plug and McCain's response? Tell us in the comments section.

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