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Neiman Marcus Takes Ivanka Trump Jewelry Off Its Website

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Nordstrom has also pulled the brand.

Neiman Marcus has apparenly stopped selling Ivanka Trump’s jewelry line, at least online.

The products are no longer shown on the retailer’s website, Racked reports.

A salesperson at a Neiman Marcus store in Paramus, NJ, said the line was no longer available at that location, according to Racked.

What’s not yet clear is whether all Neiman Marcus stores have pulled the merchandise. Racked reports that it has “reached out to Neiman Marcus and to Ivanka Trump for confirmation.”

Neiman Marcus wouldn’t be the first major retailer to stop carrying Ivanka Trump products.

On Thursday, Nordstrom said it was pulling the brand, which includes clothing and other products, based on performance. That decision came “amid calls for a boycott against retailers that carry Trump products,” Business Insider noted. 

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