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Posted: February 15, 2017

Burlington Coat Factory removes Ivanka Trump products from website

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            Burlington Coat Factory removes Ivanka Trump products from website
FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2017, file photo, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner dance at the inauguration Freedom Ball in Washington. With her move to Washington, Ivanka Trump isn’t just taking on a new city; she’s navigating a different world. A few weeks into her father’s administration, the first daughter is settling into a life that might look familiar to certain type of urban mom. She’s been visiting her kids’ new schools, taking spin classes and hitting local restaurants for date nights. She’s also welcomed Microsoft founder Bill Gates to her home, and hosted other dinners with CEOs and thought leaders. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

By Michelle Ewing

Cox Media Group National Content Desk

BURLINGTON, N.J. —

Another retailer has removed Ivanka Trump merchandise from its website.

>> Sears, Kmart drop Trump Home merchandise from websites

According to USA Today, products from the first daughter's fashion line no longer appear on New Jersey-based Burlington Coat Factory's site.  

>> Did Kellyanne Conway break a major ethics rule when she went on Fox News Thursday morning?

Burlington has not publicly commented on the news.

>> Report: T.J. Maxx, Marshalls instructed employees to trash Ivanka Trump merchandise signs

#GrabYourWallet, an online boycott of Trump brands, said it still encourages shoppers to avoid the retailer.

>> Nordstrom removing Ivanka Trump brand clothing, cites sales

"Burlington Coat Factory has removed all Trump brand goods from its site but has made no public statement about brick-and-mortar locations, so it, too, remains on the (boycott) list," the #GrabYourWallet site said.

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Nordstrom recently decided to stop selling Trump's fashion brand, drawing the ire of President Donald Trump, who tweeted that the move was "unfair." Sears and Kmart also removed 31 Trump Home items from their sites, but said some items are still available "via third-party marketplace vendors."

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