UPDATE 2:25 p.m.: T.J. Maxx joined Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus in removing Ivanka Trump from its shelves, The New York Times reports.
"Please remove all Ivanka Trump merchandise from features and mix into the runs," a note to employees read. "Runs" refers to non-featured clothing racks.
UPDATE 2:21 p.m.: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defended the tweets.
President Trump weighed in on Nordstrom's recent decision to pull his daughter Ivanka's fashion line, tweeting that his daughter was being treated unfairly. He then retweeted that tweet from his official presidential account.
Nordstrom announced last week it was pulling all of Ivanka's fashion line from its stores. Neiman Marcus later followed suit .
Trump tweeted his disapproval of Nordstrom's actions.
Some observers were outraged that the official account retweeted it.
According to Trump's schedule, he may have been in a briefing when he tweeted this.
This didn't have a big effect on Nordstrom's stock. It ultimately gained.
But for a few minutes it hit a nosedive.
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