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Ivanka Trump Just Received DEVASTATING NEWS – WHOA!


We have all been interested in Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka. The beautiful model and businesswoman has taken time away from the campaign trail to give birth to her third child.

But she just received horrible news. The Ivanka Trump-branded scarves, which are made in China, must be recalled because they are a FIRE HAZARD!

As Donald Trump campaigns on supporting American workers and opposing unfair trade deals, this is devastating and embarrassing:

While her father has his hands full attempting to “Make America Great Again,” Ivanka Trump is busy putting out (potential) fires. The new mother and fashion designer is facing a major product recall after her brand sold thousands of scarves that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission are calling a “burn risk.”

Roughly 20,000 scarves were recalled by the CPSC for violating the Federal Flammability Standard, which in layman’s terms means they have an above-average likelihood of catching on fire. Two scarf styles are at the center of this safety hazard, “Beach Wave,” a blue, coral and yellow print and “Brushstroke Oblong,” which features abstracts swipes of blue, red, neutral and green. Though no incidents have been reported thus far, in a notice to the public the organization advises that, “Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scarves and return them to the place where purchased for a full refund. Consumers who purchased the scarves online will be contacted directly by online retailers with return instructions.”

Via People

In addition to Amazon.com, the dangerous scarves were sold at Century 21, Lord & Taylor, Marshalls, TJ Maxx and Stein Mart. If you purchased a scarf, you can receive more information by calling GBG Accessories Group at 888-771-9047 or email [email protected]

Apparently in this case, it’s Ivanka Trump who is really “feeling the bern.”


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