Another Retailer Removes Ivanka Trump's Fashion Line From Their Site

"Each year we cut about 10%."

First Daughter Ivanka Trump has had yet another department store cut ties with her fashion line.

"Hours after Nordstrom announced it had cut ties with Ivanka Trump's brand, the first daughter's fashion line has disappeared from Neiman Marcus' website," reports Business Insider. 

As of Wednesday, the retailer had available on their website fifteen of Ivanka's products, but removed them all by Friday. 

The store did not immediately respond to request for comment, but it is the second time within days that a retailer rejected her fashion line. 

Much of this current trend to unilaterally treat Ivanka with such intolerant disdain was attributed by Business Insider to "a protest movement to boycott all companies associated with the Trump family."

"Nordstrom, which has also been a target of the protests, said Thursday that it decided to stop carrying Ivanka Trump's brand because of declining sales," reports BI.  

"Each year we cut about 10% [of brands carried] and refresh our assortment with about the same amount," a Nordstrom representative told Business Insider. "In this case, based on the brand's performance we've decided not to buy it for this season."

On top of having her business rejected, the First Daughter has now been called a dog by Hollywood director Joss Whedon and cursed at by strangers with her kids in tow, and despite all that, feminists have made sure to keep their lips zipped up because the successful businesswoman, mother, and presidential daughter Ivanka isn't the right kind of feminist.