(DAILY MAIL) Popular retailer L.L. Bean is pushing back against a social media-fueled call for consumers to consider boycotting its products on Tuesday because one of its owners donated money to help elect Donald Trump.
The Maine-based company posted a message on its Facebook page asking that it be removed from a list of companies compiled by #Grabyourwallet, which seeks to discourage people from buying products from brand names tied to Trump.
The outdoor apparel maker became the subject of unwanted publicity in recent days after it was learned that Linda Bean, one of 50 co-owners and a member of the founding Bean family, donated $60,000 to a pro-Trump political action committee.
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