Walmart lists 'Impeach 45' shirts & baby onesies, boycott threatened

Walmart lists 'Impeach 45' shirts & baby onesies, boycott threatened

Rather, today, it's Trump fans, who are demanding a boycott after discovering that the store sells a single shirt reading "Impeach 45".

By Tuesday afternoon Walmart had removed the listing from its website, though they are still available through other online retailers such as Amazon and Bonanza.

"These items were sold by third party sellers on our open marketplace, and were not offered directly by Walmart", a spokesperson told the BBC on Tuesday.

These items are usually sold through Walmart Marketplace, which hosts third-party sellers.

It was sold on its marketplace, which features products by many brands, and includes political t-shirts representing many different points of view. There's also mens and juniors shirts that read "45 You're Fired", using Trump's facing line from his former show "The Apprentice".

The company issued a similar statement when it came under fire previous year for selling a shirt with the words "Rope".

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The shirt wasn't made by Walmart.

Walmart has been targeted before by angry shoppers after controversial items have appeared on the platform.

Ironically, the manufacturer who is responsible for these highly-contested shirts have also sold merchandise that is staunchly Pro-Trump, having mass-produced "Make America Great Again" hats in the past.

Walmart did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It's unclear whether these are one-off incidents, or whether Walmart is systematically removing anti-Trump paraphernalia from the site.

If you noticed #BoycottWalmart trending on Twitter today, you could be forgiven for thinking the left had shifted its attention from ICE to big box stores. "Tree. Journalist. SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED" was listed on its website through an outside company.

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