Ivanka Is Rallying! Women Ready To Shred Nordstrom Cards Following PROOF Of Political Scandal

Shocker! Nordstrom wasn't telling the full truth when they claimed Ivanka Trump's merchandise was struggling in their stores.

A BrandKeys study, which was highlighted by Forbes, clearly points out that the First Daughter's fashion label was performing just fine in 2016.

According to the study, fifty-one percent of millennial women said they were either “extremely likely” or “very likely” to buy Ivanka Trump fashion products. Furthermore, when asked the question, “In light of Ivanka Trump’s involvement with the Trump campaign for president, how likely would you be to consider buying her line of shoes or clothing?” only 17% percent answered "not likely."

The study gathered information from 950 women across the nation between the ages 18 and 35. Moreover, the data was collected in October during the height of the presidential election while liberals were flooding the news with negative Trump articles.

Despite this information, the department store is still hiding behind the lie that the products weren't selling. “We’ve said all along we make buying decisions based on performance,” said a spokesperson for Nordstrom. "In this case, based on the brand’s performance, we’ve decided not to buy it for this season.”

Who can really be trusted these days? First, the media throws lies at the American people and now department stores are covering up their political scandals. TJ Max and Marshall's have also jumped on the anti-Trump bandwagon telling employees to dump Ivanka Trump promotional materials.

Breitbart reported that consumers are starting to rally for Ivanka by boycotting the stores and shredding their cards. Fortunately, not everyone buys into the lies that are continually spread by the liberal agenda.

Ivanka Trump has distanced herself from the issue because of her leave of absence from the company. However, when speaking about the scrutiny from the campaign and election she noted that she is staying strong, “I learned a long time ago that I can’t control the opinions of others or what they project on me. All I can do is live my life, and I’ve tried to do that.”

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