Eventually, this could be the tipping point for Kellyanne's being directed to an exit ramp. But some assumed the same sort of thing after The Donald's comments about you know what. He just kept driving forward to winning the election.
And, of course, Daddy should have kept out of his First Daughter's business troubles with Nordstrom. However, what's a conflict of interest, inappropriate or bad parenting - none of that seems to matter much any more.
What does matter, though, is what's happening in the actual business of the retailers who have dumped the Ivanka brand, could or should. What might have appeared to be support for a cause might be just all-business.
The bottom line at Nordstrom, according to Jumpshot analytics, is that during December and January, online traffic for the Ivanka brand was down 14%. On the other hand, on Macy's website during the same time period, traffic for the Ivanka brand was up 18%.
Macy's, despite demands from consumers and employers, has not dumped the Ivanka brand. And, if it's continuing to be all-business, it might never take that step. Here is the media coverage.
In America the loudest voice in the room is business. Sure, White House actions intersect with the affairs of business. However, presidential administrations come and go. Business is the DNA of America. It might mutate. But it will always program what is and what will be.
My hunch is that at Macy's the Ivanka brand stays. As for Kellyanne, she might have to go.
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