'We understand and your voices have been heard. We have removed the products from our website,' Shoes.com tweeted on November 12.Companies refusing to join the movement and dump Trump have also been boycotted.
'We want to support our customers and make sure than can continue to stand tall.'
Coulter tweeted that the furniture and interior store had quietly removed all of its Trump products after the company was added to the boycott list. Not all companies have been swayed though.
'We hope that offering a vendor's products isn't misunderstood as us taking a political position; we're not. We recognize,' a spokesman added in a tweet.According to Forbes, Trumps retail collaborations have suffered since he announced his candidacy while Ivanka's clothing line which had a sales revenue exceeding 100million last year, is growing.