Trump's era: Americans vote with their wallets

Since the US presidential election, retailers targeted by an anti-Trump boycott have stopped carrying 3,600 Trump-branded products. But now Trump supporters are fighting back - using their wallets as weapons.

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    Since the US presidential election, retailers targeted by an anti-Trump boycott have stopped carrying 3,600 Trump-branded products.

    But now Trump supporters are fighting back - using their wallets as weapons.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.


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