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Trump-Related Drops from the #GrabYourWallet List (see below for non-Trump related drops)
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1Shoes.com11/12/16After some back and forth communication w/ #GrabYourWallet participants on Twitter & Facebook in which the company said it hoped its decision to drop Ivanka's line would help customers 'stand a little taller' (a comment the company later deleted) Shoes.com issued a formal statement indicating Ivanka's shoes were not selling well and that it would be dropping her brand.
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2Bellacor11/16/16Customer service email indicated that Bellacor constantly evaluates its product mix and is not selling Ivanka's brand at this time.
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3Jenny Craig11/17/16Bloomberg's database of company information incorrectly listed Ms. Craig, a Trump fundraiser, as a current board member of Jenny Craig. Jenny Craig's PR team reached out to #GrabYourWallet to indicate that she is no longer a board member at which point the company was removed from the #GrabYourWallet list and a correction issued via Twitter.
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4Wayfair11/18/16Unknown. Trump Home line is simply no longer available.
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5Zulily11/18/16Unknown. Ivanka items simply no longer available.
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6RueLaLa11/20/16Company Tweeted on 11/20/16: "Rue is a flash sale site & we constantly change the brands we offer. At this point, we are not selling Ivanka Trump merch."
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7Kawasaki USA1/18/17The company reached out to #GrabYourWallet on 1/17/17, saying "we would not elect to sponsor the show again so as long as Mr. Trump is involved, including as an Executive Producer. " The company was an advertiser on Celebrity Apprentice of which Donald Trump is a paid Executive Producer. The company's product placement occurred 1/16/17.
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8Uber2/2/17On 2/2/17, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced he would leave Donald Trump's Economic & Policy Forum, which was the recommended action for Uber to be removed from the boycott portion of the #GrabYourWallet list. Some information about the company's actions during the JFK protest of the Muslim ban will continue to appear in the "FYI" section of the list.
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9The Honest Company2/7/17A former Celebrity Apprentice sponsor, The Honest Company has committed to not participating in potential future seasons of the show.
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10Tyra Beauty2/7/17A former Celebrity Apprentice sponsor, Tyra Banks reached out to #GrabYourWallet to discuss being removed from the list and later issued a statement to #GrabYourWallet in an email dated 2/7/17 that "We want to make it clear that Tyra Beauty is not an active sponsor of The Celebrity Apprentice series and does not plan to become one in the future." Tyra Beauty was removed from the #GrabYourWallet list the same day.
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11Jet2/8/17On 2/7/17, Mic.com reported that Jet had eliminated its Trump inventory, which had consisted primarily of Ivanka products as well as official Trump fragrances of various kinds. #GrabYourWallet has confirmed that the inventory is gone and on 2/8/17 removed Jet from the list.
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12Carnival Corporation2/8/17On 2/8/17, Carnival confirmed to #GrabYourWallet via email that it will not be involved in any potential 2018 season of The Celebrity Apprentice as it is producing its own content now: "We have begun to create and produce our own TV shows for multiple TV networks, so we have no plans to be a sponsor of Celebrity Apprentice next season."
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13Nordstrom2/9/17On 2/3/17, Nordstrom announced it was cutting ties with Ivanka Trump due to poor sales. Although they were still selling through remaining Ivanka inventory in brick and mortar locations at the time of this writing (2/9/17), the GrabYourWallet community voted to remove Nordstrom & Nordstrom rack from the list in the wake of a negative Tweet about the company's decision from Donald Trump.
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14Nordstrom Rack2/9/17See Nordstrom entry above.
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15Gilt2/11/17As of 2/11/17, there are no Trump brand items available on the Gilt site. Since Gilt is strictly online (no brick & mortar), so it was removed from the boycott list. It is not known at this time why Gilt is no longer selling these items, although it should be emphasized that Gilt is a flash sale site & inventory tends to be more volatile w/ such companies than with more traditional retailers. That said, Gilt's Trump Home inventory had remained stable since the beginning of the boycott. Items disappeared during a period when many other retailers were removing Trump inventory from their sites as well.
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16Kmart2/13/17On 2/12/17, Sears & Kmart announced they were dropping the Trump Home line from their inventory. They also confirmed that they do not carry this line in their brick and mortar locations. On 2/13/17 we removed these two retailers from the #GrabYourWallet list, but because each one still offers official Trump items through 3rd party vendors, we did include entries for them in the "FYI" section.
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17Sears2/13/17On 2/12/17, Sears & Kmart announced they were dropping the Trump Home line from their inventory. They also confirmed that they do not carry this line in their brick and mortar locations. On 2/13/17 we removed these two retailers from the #GrabYourWallet list, but because each one still offers official Trump items through 3rd party vendors, we did include entries for them in the "FYI" section.
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18ShopStyle 2/18/17On 2/7, Mic reported that ShopStyle was pulling Trump brand items, but a few Donald Trump suits lingered on the site until 2/17, when they no longer appeared.
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19Lorissa's Kitchen2/28/17On 2/28/17, Lorissa’s Kitchen’s issued the following statement via email to #GrabYourWallet: "Lorissa's Kitchen's participation in a single episode of The New Celebrity Apprentice in no way reflects a political stance or endorsement. When we decided to participate in the show, the two major factors that drew us to participate were a broad platform to talk about our new product that we are so proud of and the show’s philanthropic efforts. If additional seasons of The New Celebrity Apprentice are announced, Lorissa’s Kitchen will not participate."
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20LA Clippers2/28/17On 2/28/17, the LA Clippers issued the following statement via email to #GrabYourWallet: "The LA Clippers are not an active sponsor of The New Celebrity Apprentice series and have not endorsed the show or its creators.”
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21QVC2/28/17On 2/28/17, QVC issued the following statement via email to #GrabYourWallet: "While QVC agreed to sponsor one episode of NBC’s The New Celebrity Apprentice in early 2016, QVC does not plan to sponsor additional episodes at this time. QVC’s sponsorship was not an endorsement of any specific political official or government policy."
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22Neiman Marcus 3/15/17On 2/2/17, #GrabYourWallet participants noticed there were no longer any Trump items for sale on the Neiman site. Racked published a story on this, stating Neiman had decided not to carry the line this season. Neiman issued a statement: "Neiman Marcus has a very small Ivanka Trump precious jewelry business which is compromised 100 percent of consigned merchandise. Based on productivity we continuously assess whether our brands are carried in stores, on our website, or both." On Feb 3rd, Neiman was removed from the boycott list, the 9th company to be removed. On 3/8/17, however, #GrabYourWallet participants noticed two new Ivanka jewelry items on the Neiman site, so the store was briefly re-added to the boycott list. The products, however, quickly disappeared from the site (within 24 hours) and in the interim the Ivanka Trump brand made a statement that it is discontinuing its fine jewelry line altogether.
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23Tesla / SpaceX6/1/17On 6/1/17 Tesla & SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced he'd be resigning from Trump's economic & policy forum due to Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement
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24Disney6/1/17On 6/1/17 Disney CEO Bob Iger announced he'd be resigning from Trump's economic & policy forum due to Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement
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25Merck8/14/17On Monday August 14, 2017 in the wake of a white supremacist / Nazi rally and counter-protest in Charlottesville, VA—which included the reported murder of Heather Heyer by a white supremacist and subsequent remarks by Trump that there was violence on "both sides"—Merck CEO Ken Frazier announced he'd be stepping down from Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council.
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26Under Armour8/14/17On Monday August 14, 2017 in the wake of Trump's incendiary remarks about a white supremacist / Nazi rally and counter-protest in Charlottesville, VA Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank announced he'd be stepping down from Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council. Plank had previously described Donald Trump as 'a real asset for the country' (February 7, 2017.)
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27Intel8/14/17See Merck & Under Armour entries above for context. On 8/14/17, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced he was exiting Trump's American Manufacturing Council.
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28Pepsi8/16/17On 8/16/17, it was widely reported that both Trump's Manufacturing Council and Economic Policy Forum would be dissolved in the wake of additional comments Trump made about the Charlottesville events in which he stated there were 'very fine people on both sides.' Several media outlets reported that Indra Nooyi of Pepsi led the charge for dissolution internally and that these efforts began over the weekend preceding dissolution. GM's Mary Barra and IBM's Gina Rommety were also reported to have been key figures in the dissolution of the Economic & Policy Forum on which they sat.
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29GM8/16/17See Pepsi entry above for details
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30IBM8/16/17See Pepsi entry above for details
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313M8/16/173M CEO Inge Thulin stepped down from Trump's American Manufacturing Counci on the morning of Wednesday 8/16/17, just prior to Trump's announcements that the councils were being dissolved.
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32Campbell's Soup8/16/17Campbell's CEO Denise Morrison initially said that she'd remain on the council but reversed that decision on the morning of Wednesday 8/16/17, just prior to Trump's announcements that the councils were being dissolved.
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33American Cancer Society8/17/17On 8/17/17, David Fahrenthold reported American Cancer Society has cancelled its annual gala fundraiser that had been scheduled to take place at Mar-a-Lago
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34Cleveland Clinic8/17/17On 8/17 Cleveland Clinic canceled its Mar-a-Lago event citing its “values and commitment to diversity." Note Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove was on Trump's Econonmic & Policy Forum prior to its dissolution and failed to resign from it in the wake of events in Charlottesville. Cleveland Clinic was the beneficiary of the See's Candy episode of in the 2017 season of The New Celebrity Apprentice.
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35American Red Cross8/18/17On 8/18/17 the American Red Cross canceled its Mar-a-Lago event because “it has increasingly become a source of controversy and pain for many of our volunteers, employees and supporters."
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36Susan G. Komen for the Cure8/18/17On 8/18/17 Susan G. Komen for the Cure canceled its Mar-a-Lago event. Founder Nancy Brinker expressed support for the move.
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37Salvation Army8/18/17On 8/18/17 the American Red Cross canceled its Mar-a-Lago event “because the conversation has shifted away” from its mission of helping those in need.
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38Build.com4/13/18Sometime between 11/27/17 and 11/30/17, Build.com surreptitiously removed search sensitive Trump labels from their online inventory. A source let #GrabYourWallet know that the company had hiddenTrump brand products from searches in an attempt to be removed from the boycott list, at which point it was confirmed that Trump products were still on the site and simply not included in search results. Build dot com therefore remained on the #GrabYourWallet boycott list even after it claimed that Trump Home products had been removed from the site. It was removed when David Fahrenthold at the Washington Post confirmed that the Trump Home line is no more.
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39Heels dot com5/18/18Heels dot com has been aquired by Aldo Shoes which does not carry Trump brand goods, so it's been dropped from the list
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40DSW6/1/18In May 2018, a DSW employee on the vendor relations and inventory control team at the company’s headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, confirmed that the national shoe chain has ended its partnership with Ivanka Trump shoes, according to an email sent to a California shopper, which was obtained by Racked.
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41Hudson's Bay7/13/18On July 13, 2018, Hudson's Bay issued a statement that it was dropping the Ivanka Trump brand due to its performance.
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426pm.com7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist. Although at the time of writing, 6pm.com's parent company, Amazon, still carried Donald Trump's line of suits, 6pm.com only carries Ivanka products so is being removed.
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43Bed Bath & Beyond7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she was closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist. On 3/12 Ivanka Trump products disappeared from both the Bed Bath & Beyond site as well as that of its subsidiary, Buy Buy Baby. Phone checks conducted after that could not locate any Trump brand products for sale at 20+ brick and mortar locations in various regions of the U.S. Bed Bath & Beyond was temporarily removed from the #GrabYourWallet list, but was re-added when the company made a statement that it does still carry Ivanka Trump items in some brick & mortar locations.
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44Belk7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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45Bloomingdale’s 7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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46Bluefly7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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47Bon-Ton7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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48Burlington Coat Factory7/25/18During the period of 2/6 through 2/10/17 several retailers removed all or most Trump brand items from their websites including Burlington Coat Factory. The company made no public statement about brick and mortar locations, so it remained on the list until Ivanka's July 2018 announcement that she's shuttering the brand.
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49Carson's7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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50Century 21 Dept. Store7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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51Dillard's7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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52Elder Beerman7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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53Filene's Basement7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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54G-III Apparel Company 7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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55Lord & Taylor 7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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56Macy's7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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57Marshall's7/25/18On 2/7/17 the New York Times reported on a leaked document revealing that TJ Maxx managers were intructed to get rid of Ivanka Trump signage in the stores and mix Ivanka items in with other merchandise rather than display it separately. The company, which owns Marshall's, made an official statement that it continues to sell the merchandise, so it remained on the #GrabYourWallet list until July 2018 when Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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58Overstock.com7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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59Ross7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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60Saks Off Fifth7/25/18During the period of 2/6 through 2/10/17 several retailers removed all or most Trump brand items from their websites including Saks OFF FIFTH. Saks made no public statement about brick and mortar locations, so it remained on the list until Ivanka's July 2018 announcement that she's shuttering the brand.
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61Steinmart7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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62TJ Maxx7/25/18On 2/7/17 the New York Times reported on a leaked document revealing that TJ Maxx managers were intructed to get rid of Ivanka Trump signage in the stores and mix Ivanka items in with other merchandise rather than display it separately. The company made an official statement that it continues to sell the merchandise, so it remained on the #GrabYourWallet list until July 2018 when Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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63Walmart7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. Walmart carried Ivanka's goods through a partnership with Lord & Taylor and failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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64Winners7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist.
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65Zappos7/25/18On July 24, 2018, Ivanka Trump announced she is closing down her brand. This company failed to remove the brand prior to this announcement & was removed from the boycott list simply due to Trump's announcement that the fashion brand will cease to exist. Although at the time of writing, Zappos' parent company, Amazon, still carried Donald Trump's line of suits, Zappos only carries Ivanka products so is being removed.
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Other Drops from the #GrabYourWallet List (Non-Trump Related)
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1Angie's List4/7/17On 4/7/17, Angie's List responded to a #GrabYourWallet inquiry asking if it would continue advertising on the Bill O'Reilly show despite the sexual harrassment scandal surrounding it. Reversing a former on-the-record statement it made that it would remain an advertiser on the show, Angie's List wrote "Thanks for reaching out, Shannon. We are no longer advertising on that program."
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2Casper5/24/17On 5/24/17 mattress maker & shipper Casper responded to an inquiry from #GrabYourWallet as to whether or not it would continue advertising on The Sean Hannity Show in light of its choice to continue propogating debunked conspiracy theories surriounding former DNC staffer Seth Rich's murder in July of 2016. "We have reviewed our programmatic television media strategy with our agency partners and reassigned this allocation."
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3Boehringer Ingelheim5/26/17On 5/26/17 the large pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim responded to an inquiry from #GrabYourWallet as to whether or not it would continue advertising on The Sean Hannity Show in light of its choice to continue propogating debunked conspiracy theories surriounding former DNC staffer Seth Rich's murder in July of 2016. "Thank you for your message. We do not have any more ads scheduled to run on Hannity."
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6Campbell's Soup6/13/17On 6/13/17, Campbell's Soup responded to a #GrabYourWallet inquiry asking if it would be advertising on the Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly show despite a planned upcoming interview with conspiracy theorist radio talk show host Alex Jones, who has at several points in the past asserted that the Sandy Hook shooting did not happen. Campbell's responded, "[W]e do not have any advertising planned for that show."
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7Kashi6/14/17On 6/14/17, Kashi responded to a #GrabYourWallet inquiry asking if it would be advertising on the Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly show despite a planned upcoming interview with conspiracy theorist radio talk show host Alex Jones, who has at several points in the past asserted that the Sandy Hook shooting did not happen. Kashi responded, "We do not have advertising with that show."
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8Nestle6/14/17On 6/14/17, Nestle responded to a #GrabYourWallet inquiry asking if it would be advertising on the Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly show despite a planned upcoming interview with conspiracy theorist radio talk show host Alex Jones, who has at several points in the past asserted that the Sandy Hook shooting did not happen. Kashi responded, "Nestlé has no plans to advertise on the Megyn Kelly show this weekend."
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9Walgreens6/14/17On 6/14/17, Walgreens responded to a #GrabYourWallet inquiry asking if it would be advertising on the Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly show despite a planned upcoming interview with conspiracy theorist radio talk show host Alex Jones, who has at several points in the past asserted that the Sandy Hook shooting did not happen. Kashi responded, "After advertising on the premier of her show, we never planned for any advertising on this coming Sunday night's show. So you won't see an ad from us."
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10Snuggle6/21/17Snuggle advertised on the 6/18/17 episode of Megyn Kelly's show, which featured an interview w/ conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. On 6/21/17, Snuggle's official Twitter feed Tweeted: "We have paused our advertising for this time slot going forward."
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11Microsoft6/20/17On 6/20/17 a Microsoft ad that appeared on NBC's website as pre-roll before a teaser clip for the Megyn Kelly interview with Alex Jones disappeared
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12Wynn Resorts2/7/18On 2/6/18, Steve Wynn resigned as Chairman & CEO from Wynn Resorts after a Wall Street Journal story was released detailing Wyn''s serial sexual assault and abuse of his staff.
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13Booking.com11/15/17On 11/15/17, Booking.com confirmed via Tweet that it does not advertise on Fox. A #GrabYourWallet participant reported having seen one of Booking.com's ads on Fox News as recently as Nov 10th, so this change/stoppage may be a new development. The company is being removed from the #GrabYourWallet list for now but will be re-added if Booking.com ads reappear.
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14The Orvis Company3/6/18On 3/6/18 Orvis responded to an inquiry made Moms Demand co-founder Shannon Watts' about its policy of selling guns to people under 21: "We're raising our min. age for purchase of shotguns to 21. True to our commitment to safety & education, customers ages 18-21 can purchase a shotgun with proof that they've completed an official Hunter Education & Safety course. We do not sell assault-style rifles."
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15Chewy4/24/18On 4/24/18, Shannon Coulter at #GrabYourWallet spoke to Roxanne in the PR department at Chewy.com, who indicated that Chewy does not advertise on Sean Hannity's show. I asked her about previous customer service responses we've seen from Chewy saying that it was reevaluating its ad buys. She said those responses were incorrect.
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16McKinsey7/9/18McKinsey had more than $20 million in active contracts with ICE, according to the New York Times. The company claimed its work was unconnected to Trump's immigration policy, but McKinsey had greatly expanded consulting for ICE since Trump took office and has done sothrough that agency’s office of “detention, compliance and removals.” On July 9, 2018, the New York Times reported that McKinsey had ended its work with ICE due to a furor over the Trump administration's immigration policy.Here's the June 2018 NYT piece on the business McKinsey was doing w/ ICE
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17Spotify8/6/18On 8/6/18 the New York Times reported that Spotify had dropped Alex Jones from its platform. This decision followed several major tech platforms deciding to do the same including most notably Apple and YouTube. Facebook also dropped 4 of Jones' pages. Spotify had been added to the Grab Your Wallet list on August 1, 2018 when it inexplicably added Jones' podcasts to its platform in the midst of Sandy Hook parent Lenny Pozner's defamation cast against Jones.
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