Trump supporters urge Walmart boycott over 'Impeach 45' t-shirts

Conservatives show their disappointment about Walmart selling 'Impeach 45' shirts in its retail outlets.

According to Daily Mail, Ryan Fournier, the chairman of the Students for Trump group, was one of the first people to show their disapproval regarding the shirts.

He took to Twitter to write to Walmart. He questioned, 'Why are you selling Impeach 45 baby clothes on your website????? What kind of message are you trying to send?'

Several other Trump supporters backed the discontentment and lend their voices to the appeal. They even started calling for a boycott of the business.

The online source informed that the controversial shirts were being sold by a third-party retailer on Walmart's websites.

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However, this is not the first time that the company has faced trouble for allowing a third-party item to be sold in their stores.

Last November, Walmart received serious backlash for allowing shirts with the message, 'Rope. Tree. Journalist. SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED,' to be sold on their website. They later had to take down the shirts.

The store also had to take down several products related to 'Black Lives Matter' movement, when the National Fraternal Order of Police complained about the corporation making financial benefit from the racial division.

Daily Mail further informed that the store which is selling the Impeach 45 shirts is called Old Glory, who produce many other novelty t-shirts, hats, and mugs.

There are, however, no evidence of Walmart forwarding any political agenda with the sales of the shirts as the company has also been found selling many pro-Trump items including the popular 'Make America Great Again' products.

The source confirmed that it had reached out to Walmart for an official statement, but there has been no response yet from the company.

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