Frustrated by the restrictions and the conflict of interests that penalized her, the daughter of the president of the United States has decided to say enough


Ivanka Trump is preparing to close her fashion line. The Wall Street Journal writes it. The president’s daughter formally left the brand launched in 2014 over a year ago. Sales, the Wsj recalls, surged in 2016, when Donald Trump was elected to the White House.

But then the company, according to the American media, became the lightning rod of the Donald’s detractors, with organized anti-Trump groups that last year called for a boycott of the brand.

Distributors such as Nordstrom Inc. and Hudson’s Bay have stopped promoting the label, motivating the decision with poor sales performance. Abigail Klem, president of the Ivanka Trump brand since last spring, has therefore informed the 18 employees of the closure of the group.

A goodbye they tell is really suffering; but not much more than the frustration experienced before the restrictions imposed, to avoid accusations of conflict of interest.

A year and more from the day when he was formally separated from his business, Ivanka Trump takes a more drastic decision: close his fashion brand, launched in still unsustainable times – in 2014 – under his own name.
He will focus on Washington and politics: this is the intention of Donald Trump’s daughter, who has long been in the White House as her father’s senior advisor.
In the year of the election as president, sales of the brand had soared, attracting the attention and hostility of Donald’s rivals and detractors, who had begun to invite to the boycott.
To the point that some chain stores, see Nordstrom and Hudson’s Bay, had even stopped selling Ivanka Trump products in the last 18 months, in front of too modest results; others had downgraded the spaces hitherto granted. Yesterday the news, communicated by President Abigail Klem to 18 employees: that’s enough.