Published: Wed, July 04, 2018
Finance | By Jaime Brady

‘Impeach 45’ clothing sparks Walmart boycott campaign

‘Impeach 45’ clothing sparks Walmart boycott campaign

The items, including baby clothes and shirts featuring the words "Impeach 45", were for sale on Walmart's online marketplace from a third-party seller.

Walmart is once again under fire for a shirt available on its Website.

Angry Trump supporters threatened to boycott Walmart over the clothing range.

Students for Trump chairman Ryan Fournier first tweeted about the anti-Trump merchandise on Monday.

The line of apparel also sells on Amazon.com and through Old Glory's own website.

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CBS News reports one person pointed out the company also sold clothing from various vendors for people who opposed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Trump's opponent in the 2016 presidential election, as well as for people who oppose former president Barack Obama. Angered patrons have vowed to reject the retailer, as the #BoycottWalmart movement begins to gain traction on social media.

Walmart has caused outrage over its apparel before.

Walmart pulled the shirt - as well as other products with the same message - from its website, but not until some of the president's fans threw a fit. By Tuesday afternoon the items appear to have been taken down from the Walmart site. We have reached out to Walmart for comment, and will update this story with more details when the company responds. The company removed a shirt with the slogan "Rope".

As some noted, though, the choice of items on Walmart's website doesn't betray any clear political bias; the retailer sells plenty of pro-Trump merchandise and it sells merchandise that opposes Hillary Clinton, as well.

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