Boycott Trump: A list of Trump-owned and affiliated businesses

Laura Sesana

Laura Sesana is a writer and DC, Maryland attorney. She is the author of Colombia: Natural Parks, and has also written several articles on literary criticism. She has written columns for Communities @ The Washington Times and Communities Digital News. She writes about food, health, nutrition, women’s legal issues, and the environment. In addition to writing for the Arbiter, Laura also works as an attorney and legal content writer.

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18 Responses

  1. Jack says:

    It’s easy to avoid the hotels and golf courses. Too bad that he has Turnberry now; having his name on that has the same ring to it as, say, the Taco Bell Pebble Beach Golf Links.

  2. Jane Deerfield says:

    Don’t forget Ivanka and Melania Trump products, as well. Ivanka stuff sold at Nordstrom, Macy’s, Amazon, Zappos among others. Why not just boycott the stores that carry their products as well!

    • Yvette says:

      I totally agree. This family AND these stores NEED to understand that we, the consumers, can take down not only this family’s products, but the stores who are supporting them. When they start adding up the numbers, they will see just important we, the consumers are. We can make AND break you!

  3. Sarfraaz Ghanie says:

    Only way to hurt these assholes are to hurt their pockets. Money and blood Hungry POSs.

    • America says:

      A vote for Hillary is a vote against Your country.Islamic Radicall uprising traitors to your country.Were a democracy ppl not a dictatorship.You should be a lot more afraid of Hillary than Trump

  4. Trump supporters are idiots

  5. Trump supporters are idiots

  6. Trump supporters are idiots

  7. Patricia Ryan says:

    I am certainly not a Trump Supporter for far too many reasons to list or count. At the same time, this behavior comes much too close to some of the deplorable actions taken by some of the extreme Trump supporters.
    Attempting to organize his opposition to act in a way to affect his or his children’s businesses has no place in the campaign and is not what we stand for
    PLEASE stop and think before acting upon these thoughts and remember Michelle Obama saying, “when they go low, we go high” and be sure, you aren’t bringing us down with shameful actions.

    • Kimberley says:

      Reacting in a non-violent way, by choosing not to line the pocketbooks or support the businesses of a man whose values, by his own words, encourage sexism, racism and bigotry, is not going low. It’s making a conscious personal choice not to be a part of his message. Inaction is no longer an option for many of us. Thank you for sharing your opinion. I reflected on it and appreciate your right to it.

  8. G. B. Harmatiuk says:

    I don’t want a penny of my hard earned money, finding its way into these parasites’ pockets. Whether you think that is the high road, or the low road, is of no concern to me. Those purchases will definitely not be made. These phony money-grubbers, are going to have to depend on others for their living, and that suits me fine. I would applaud your decision to do the same. Thank you, and have a great day!

  9. R Perennes says:

    If you are a Democrat it would be good to not buy products of republican supporters and also do not visit states that are controlled by republicans.Do not spend any money in these states if at all possible and do not purchase any products manufactured by trump supporters. Hit them where it hurts.

  10. Bob says:

    Man if you don’t like it you can go back to Mexico and the Middle East,this is America and if you don’t like it leave.

  11. Donald Tramp says:

    Bob – why don’t you stop rubbing your AR15 and disappear up your own fundament? Thanks so much.

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