Today Donald Trump used the offical POTUS Twitter account to comment on Nordstrom .
This is a major turning point in Donald Trumps Presidency: First time direct after his "attack" a stock is rising fast and sending a strong signal:
Donald Trumps tweets are losing power. Or in other words - Donald Trump is losing power.
What does this mean? If ever a company benefits from opposing Donald Trump than any Senator and any Lawmaker will learn from this. And any US-Corp. as well. Or in other Words: Donald Trump is isolating himself more and more. Follow Nordstrom as an indicator that anyone is earning "money" from opposing Donald Trump. Same time companies taking some risks if ever they follow Donald Trump. So let´s see how Nordstrom runs and same time how Donald Trump approval rates are. Lets try to find out or to predict the tipping point when Trump is going to lose support in the House or Senat to became a "lame duck" as early as no other President before in history.
What does this mean? If ever U.S. Senators and Lawmaker realize that theire onw "Market Value" is up if ever they oppose Donald Trump than Trumps presedentcy is over bevor the first 100 days are over: Trump is going to loose the majority in the House and Senate. Trump needs to change something and he need to do this now. This time Donald Trump uses the POTUS twitter account.
Quote: Trump: Nordstrom treated Ivanka 'so unfairly;' shares react
NEW YORK (AP) — Nordstrom shares took a brief tumble Wednesday after President Donald Trump tweeted that the department store chain that decided to stop selling Ivanka Trump's clothing and accessory line had treated his daughter "so unfairly."
He retweeted the comment from his @POTUS account.
A social media campaign called "Grab Your Wallet" has urged a boycott of stores that stock Ivanka Trump or Donald Trump products. Source: http://fox4beaumont.com/news/entertainment/trump-nordstrom-treated-ivanka-so-unfairly-shares-react
Quote: Trump's Nordstrom blast retweeted by @POTUS
by Jackie Wattles @jackiewattles February 8, 2017: 4:43 PM ET
President Trump tweeted a jab at Nordstrom department stores from his personal account Wednesday morning, which was then retweeted by the official @POTUS account.
@POTUS, the official Twitter account for the president, had so far been reserved for government issues.
The Trump tweet blasted Nordstrom for treating his daughter Ivanka "so unfairly" by discontinuing her fashion line. Nordstrom announced last week that it would no longer carry Ivanka Trump's line of clothing and accessories.
The president went on Twitter to defend his daughter -- who is also a close White House adviser. "My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly by @Nordstrom. She is a great person -- always pushing me to do the right thing! Terrible!" he tweeted.
Clothes from Ivanka Trump are made in China (!). Open this link to see the picture.
Politics | Thu Feb 9, 2017 | 12:24pm EST
Trump adviser touts Ivanka's goods from White House
A top White House aide on Thursday promoted the clothing line named after President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka, drawing criticism from ethics experts one day after the president attacked a retailer for dropping her products.
"Go buy Ivanka's stuff ...I'm going to go get some myself today," Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway told Fox News in an interview from the White House. "I'm going to give a free commercial here: Go buy it today, everybody."
Norman Eisen, who served as an ethics adviser to Democratic President Barack Obama, said Conway's comments amounted to an advertisement and violated government ethics law.
"It's a violation of the rule," Eisen told MSNBC. "It's a serious matter."
Former Office of Government Ethics chief Don Fox told the Washington Post Conway's comments appeared to violate rules barring the use of public office for anyone's private gain. Ivanka's brand was thrust into the headlines after her father on Wednesday attacked department store chain Nordstrom Inc for dropping her products, in a highly unusual move that drew criticism for his use of a White House twitter platform to intervene in a commercial matter. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment over the ethics issue regarding Conway's remarks, and the Office of Government Ethics could not be immediately reached.
Other retailers that have dropped the Ivanka line include Neiman Marcus and HSN Inc, while Macy's Inc, TJX Cos, Hudson’s Bay Co, which runs high-end chains like Lord & Taylor, and Dillards Inc still carry it.
Quote: Online sales for the Ivanka Trump brand fell 26 percent in January.
Courtney Reagan | @CourtReagan
11 Mins AgoCNBC.com
While Nordstrom dropping Ivanka Trump merchandise got a lot of headlines, it's not the top online retail partner for the brand. According to an analysis of email receipts by Slice Intelligence, online, Amazon sells the most Ivanka Trump merchandise — much of it sold by third-party sellers. Bloomingdales.com (owned by Macy's) is second, then Macys.com, Nordstrom.com is fourth and Zappos.com (owned by Amazon) round out the top five in terms of revenue. (Slice Intelligence analysis comes from a panel of 4.4 million online shoppers.) Slice Intelligence said sales declines of Ivanka Trump goods online were evident after the election, and beyond. Ivanka Trump's online sales fell 26 percent in January compared to January 2016. Sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise on Nordstrom.com fell 63 percent in the fourth quarter, dropped 43 percent on Zappos.com and 31 percent at Amazon.com compared to the previous year. Source http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/09/online-sales-for-the-ivanka-trump-brand-fell-26-percent-in-january.html
Feb 10 2017, 2:44 pm ET
Nordstrom Stock Soared by 7 Percent After Trump Slammed it on Twitter
by Martha C. White
President Donald Trump may have inadvertently done Nordstrom a favor this week when he slammed the Seattle-based retailer on Twitter — shares have risen by 7 percent. After the department store announced it would not carry Ivanka Trump's spring collection — characterizing the move as a business decision — the Trump camp disputed Nordstrom's claim that her merchandise wasn't selling well. Quote: http://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/nordstrom-stock-soared-7-percent-after-trump-slammed-it-twitter-n719506
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