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Nordstrom announced in February that they were dropping Ivanka Trump's fashion line from their stores. In response, President Trump tweeted support for his daughter and Kellyanne Conway told everyone to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" on TV. Some stores have followed Nordstrom's lead, while others are carrying the brand as usual. Here's who's doing what, according to the AP.

Carrying the Trump lines:

  1. Amazon
  2. Buy Buy Baby
  3. Dillard's
  4. Lord & Taylor
  5. Macy's
  6. Bloomingdale's
  7. Perfumania
  8. T. J. Maxx
  9. Marshalls
  10. Zappos

Not carrying Trump lines:

  1. Neiman Marcus
  2. Nordstrom
  3. QVC

In stores, but not online:

  1. Belk
  2. Burlington coat factory
  3. Saks Off Fifth
  4. Sears & Kmart - the company said it has eliminated a small number of Trump items online.

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