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People are reportedly unloading their Ivanka Trump clothing in droves

Resale listings of Ivanka Trump's clothing are surging, according to a new report. Fashion resale website Thredup, which allows people to sell their used clothing, said users have listed 111% more Ivanka Trump-branded items in the first five months of 2017 compared to the same period last year, Fortune reports. That far outpaces the increase in total listings on the site, which were up 20% over the same time period.
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