Published: Wed, July 04, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Walmart's impeach Trump clothing draws social media outrage

Walmart's impeach Trump clothing draws social media outrage

The company has been selling apparel from the third-party vendor Old Glory that contains the phrase, which refers to 45th President Donald Trump. Old Glory has sold more pro-Trump shirts than anti-Trump ones since the president has taken office, he said.

The shirts, seemingly discovered by the chairman of the group Students for Trump, are one of a number of "Impeach 45" offerings, which range from sweatshirts to baby clothes from a wide variety of manufacturers.

"What kind of message are you trying to send?" he tweeted.

While we don't see the problem, neither does thrifty ballers like Shaq who back in March shared a story about how he dropped $70,000 at the store in just one visit, making history as having the highest purchase in Walmart's history.

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"I didn't want to believe it. #BoycottWalmart", wrote Twitter user MarLee (@Mar_Lee_C). "This is despicable. All American Walmart?" Still, there were plenty of anti-Trump merchandise, including items calling for his impeachment, available from other sellers. Walmart hasn't responded to media inquiries seeking a response to the boycott threats.

The Washington Times reached out to Walmart Tuesday afternoon asking if the products were pulled in response to the social media pressure. In November 2017, the company stopped selling a shirt that read "Rope. Tree. Journalist. Some assembly required", on its third-party marketplace.

On June 27, Walmart announced that it was introducing a 3D virtual shopping tour on its website, as the retailer pours billions of dollars into beefing up its e-commerce business.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News.

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