People are calling for retailers to drop Ivanka's line

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Amid the chaos of the 2016 presidential election, not only has president-elect Donald Trump's businesses been affected, but so has his daughter's. Many companies are choosing to drop Ivanka's fashion line from their stores.

The #GrabyourWallet boycott was started during the final weeks of the election, encouraging buyers to stop buying Ivanka's products.

But now, retailers are also hopping aboard the anti-Trump brand train.

The first company to do so was the Canadian company Shoes.com. Customers are targeting other retailers, calling on them to stop selling Ivanka's products.

The Huffington Post even published a spreadsheet to guide customers in which brands to boycott.

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Bed Bath & Beyond 

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Burlington Coat Factory

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Century 21

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DSW

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Jet

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Nordstrom

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Perfumania 

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Stein Mart

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TJ Maxx 

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