Conservatives #BoycottWalmart for Selling 'Impeach 45' Onesies - Hit & Run

Conservatives #BoycottWalmart for Selling 'Impeach 45' Onesies - Hit & Run

Conservatives #BoycottWalmart for Selling 'Impeach 45' Onesies - Hit & Run

Fournier's message soon went viral, leading to angry consumers threatening to boycott the company.

Trump supporters voiced their outrage to Walmart's "Impeach 45" clothing by calling for a boycott of the company.

CBS News reports one person pointed out the company also sold clothing from various vendors for people who opposed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Trump's opponent in the 2016 presidential election, as well as for people who oppose former president Barack Obama. We have reached out to Walmart for comment, and will update this story with more details when the company responds.

Trump supporters took to Twitter with the hashtag #BoycottWalmart.

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While social media users blasted Walmart for selling anti-Trump products, a quick search of the online store shows that the retailer also sells numerous pro-Trump hats and shirts, emblazoned with slogans such as "Make America Great Again", "I heart Trump" and "Trump won, get over it".

The t-shirts aren't being sold by Walmart itself, but by third-party sellers including Old Glory and Teespring Inc.

It's not the first time Walmart has gotten into hot water for controversial t-shirts for sale on its website. Last year, Walmart came under fire for selling a shirt that read "Rope".

On June 27, Walmart announced that it was introducing a 3D virtual shopping tour on its website, as the retailer pours billions of dollars into beefing up its e-commerce business.

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