Twitter users call for Walmart boycott over ‘Impeach 45’ clothes

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At the time of writing a number of "Impeach 45" products could be found on Walmart's website, including baby onesies, t-shirts, and mugs. Walmart has apparently responded to the outrage by taking down any clothing or paraphernalia related to the impeachment of Trump or Obama.

More than half of the stuff Amazon sold in 2017 came from third-party sellers, rather than Amazon itself, and Walmart saw its sales jump after it overhauled its marketplace. "We're removing these types of items pending review of our marketplace policies", a Walmart spokesperson told TIME.

However, the Walmart-owned website Jet.com still sells a variety of items under the more lighthearted "Impeach the Peach" logo that features a likeness of the U.S. president on travel kits, guitar picks and other items.

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It was sold on its marketplace, which features products by many brands, and includes political t-shirts representing many different points of view.

The "Impeach 45" clothes are no longer on the site, but a large selection of pro-Trump items are still for sale. He asked the company in a tweet, "What kind of message are you trying to send?" The company removed a shirt with the slogan "Rope". The continued sale of the clothing items and whether or not a widespread boycott of Walmart catches on has not yet been determined. We have reached out to Walmart for comment, and will update this story with any reply.

The hashtag #BoycottWalmart became a trend on Twitter as users railed against the company. Still, there were plenty of anti-Trump merchandise, including items calling for his impeachment, available from other sellers. "Tree. Journalist. Some assembly required", after facing massive backlash.

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