Donald Trump T-shirts, hats, books and even board games are all available to buy on Amazon but thousands of customers are calling for the online retailer to dump his personal line of menswear products and "stop profiting off his hate".
More than 13,000 Amazon customers have signed a petition created by women's rights group UltraViolet to pull Donald Trump's signature clothing line from its pages so as to "reject Trump's sexism, racism, and xenophobia" and addressed it directly to CEO Jeff Bezos.
The petition's website claims: "Trump is inciting violence at his rallies and spewing vitriol that white supremacists like David Duke love. So why is Amazon continuing to support the Trump empire?"
The Amazon boss will be put under pressure to respond to the online petition, which includes more than 5,000 Prime customers to date, and to consider ditching the Donald J Trump Collection, which includes men's suits and formal wear.
"Jeff Bezos needs to listen to his customers and ensure that Amazon doesn't profit off of Trump hate, and take immediate steps to dump Trump," the letter reads.
Amazon wouldn't be the first retailer to cut ties with Trump as famous US department store Macy's decided to stop selling his wares following comments over Mexican immigrants. Media outlets including ESPN also made moves to distance themselves from the controversial GOP front runner and even Bezos himself was caught-up in a spat with Trump over Bezos-owned Washington Post articles, which prompted the Amazon boss to hit back on Twitter:
Should Amazon directly ban Trump's personal products there are still thousands of items of merchandise supporting Donald Trump available on Amazon from shirts emblazoned with the slogan "Make America great again" to toilet paper all produced by independent retailers. Bezos would have to blacklist all of these to entirely stop profiting from Trump-related goods – something that would no doubt spark backlash from Trump supporters or merchants looking to capitalise from The Donald.
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