The San Francisco-based retailer reports a "dramatic increase" in demand for the MSNBC journalist's signature trousers.
The brand decided to offer its hot take on the political divide by posting a GIF of a half-blue and half-red hoodie that could be “united” by zipping it closed.
The rapper and chain retailer revealed they'd be partnering to develop "modern, elevated basics for men, women and kids at accessible price points."
The three retail giants said Monday that they would stop paying a majority of their employees amid collapsing sales. Almost 300,000 people will be impacted.
The moves follows shocking reports about garment industry labor conditions.
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It's letting them get away with way too much.