Trump Supporters in Chandler Go Viral as They Leave Nordstrom For Dillards

Carla Harmon
February 19, 2017

Now on the other side, and in Arizona, Trump supporters at Chandler Fashion Center rallied together to cancel their accounts and announced they are taking their shopping needs to Dillard's in a video.

In a Facebook video that has gone viral, five women are seen going into a Nordstrom location to close out their accounts.

The women declared they would instead shop at Dillard's, which still sells the Trump brand.

Several retailers have chose to stop carrying Ivanka Trump's line recently, claiming sales, not politics are the reason behind the decision.

Ray has since posted on her account that she didn't post the video for attention, nor did any of the women intend to put Nordstrom out of business.

The video has more than 1.6 million views and has been shared more than 21,000 times as of Friday.

"I've been shopping at Nordstrom for 30 years", she says, talking on a telephone at the store's customer service desk.

There can be no denying that about half of the US thinks the other half is crazy.And when I say crazy, I mean, completely, utterly, f-ing loony birds with wings.But the unfortunate truth is the other half feels EXACTLY the same way.And in this age of fake news and constant attacks on the media, Donald Trump and those complicit in his ascent are creating monsters they simply cannot control. "Some of us were wearing our "HATERS GONNA HATE" shirts, so the hate is ironic and unnecessary".

Amanda Lawler, who organized the boycott, said Nordstrom dropping Ivanka was the final straw in a series of anti-Trump incidents including designers refusing to dress First Lady Melania Trump and verbal attacks targeting Barron Trump, the president's 10-year-old son. The move sparked an angry tweet from President Trump and boycott threats from Trump supporters, but a recent survey showed the upscale emporium is well-positioned to weather the storm.

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