Ivanka Trump facing lawsuit over Kellyanne Conway endorsement

Ilya S. Savenok  Getty Images                      Ivanka Trump

Ilya S. Savenok Getty Images Ivanka Trump

Gorelick said the first daughter will take whatever steps necessary to avoid conflicts of interest between her role in the Trump administration and her global Ivanka Trump brand.

Now a San Francisco-based fashion company, Modern Appealing Clothing, is suing the Ivanka Trump label over "unfair competition".

But her brand may ultimately suffer in court!

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump will receive an office in the West Wing of the White House and a security clearance as she serves, informally, as an adviser to her father, ABC News has confirmed.

Modern Appealing Clothing is seeking damages and an injunction prohibiting Ivanka Trump from doing business in California as a women's apparel retailer; it's a class action meant to benefit all California women's apparel retailers, according to the filing.

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Ivanka Trump, woman-for-campaign-purposes and daughter of a poorly-executed pumpkin pie that was set on the window to cool and accidentally fell out, has several "fashion" lines that everyone seems to have collectively chose to no longer fuck with.

Can't say they don't have a point; Ivanka's sales have reportedly skyrocketed in the past couple months.

Ivanka Trump, center, and her husband, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, look on during President Trump's address.

"Trump and his individual and White House employees and agents have, since the election, promoted defendant Ivanka Trump brand by exploiting the power and prestige of the White House", the complaint reads, citing Trump's anti-Nordstrom tweet and Kellyanne Conway's advice that Americans "go buy Ivanka's stuff." . Until now, the brand, boycotters of the brand and retailers have tussled over how controversies do, don't (or should) affect its sales.

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