"We're removing these types of items pending review of our marketplace policies". While it can't entirely deny responsibility, its failing here has nothing to do with partisan politics.
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Sellers do need to apply to be able to list their items.
Walmart has been targeted before by angry shoppers after controversial items have appeared on the platform.
Trump has not shied away from entering the fray, chastising United States companies via tweet from transgressions ranging from investing overseas, to moving production to foreign sites, to laying off workers. They do so in violation of their agreement, but quite often they escape unnoticed. We have reached out to Walmart for comment, and will update this story with more details when the company responds.
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These marketplaces are a vital source of revenue for retailers.
The items, sold by third-party seller Old Glory, have since been removed from the website. The company isn't pushing a liberal, anti-Trump agenda; it's just trying to get people to buy clothes. Among the items bearing the slogan are T-shirts and a baby onesie, as well as an infant onesie.
Since it went viral, Walmart removed them and all other "Impeach 45" merchandise from their online store.
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Walmart's third-party marketplace, which has millions of items available from various independent sellers, also has "Make America Great Again" merchandise - showing how diverse the site can be at any given time.