Remove All Donald Trump Products from Amazon​.​com

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January 2021 Update:
This petition was originally created in 2015 in response to Donald Trump's racist attacks on Mexicans and Latinx Americans at large during his speech announcing his run. Since then, Donald Trump went on to become President and do all the terrible and racist things he promised and worse. In the wake of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol and coup attempt by Trump supporters at his encouragement, it has never been more urgent to take a stand against Trump's fascism. I urge Amazon to join Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, Stripe, PGA, Shopify, Deutsche Bank, New York City, and many others in cutting ties with Donald Trump and his companies.

As of January 13th, 2021 Amazon continues to profit from Donald Trump products sold on its platform.


Original post from 2015:
As a DREAMer and Latino American who recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree from American University, I am disgusted by the words of Donald Trump regarding immigrants, and particularly those from Mexico, which he called "rapists" and accused of generally being criminals. It's not lost on me that for him "Mexican" probably means any Latino, particularly undocumented immigrants. There was a time when Trump represented the American dream, when he published his book The Art of the Deal. I may not be considered an American by law, but Donald Trump and his words are not how I define American.

We have come to this country to seek a better life, for some of us, like myself, it was our parents who brought us here to the "land of opportunity." Trump has been able to have his own success in this country, much of it which probably would have been impossible without the Latino community and many of these Mexican immigrants he seems to despise so much. They work in his hotels, they build and renovate his hotels, work on his golf courses, etc. and he reaps the benefits of their hard work, and then publicly, says these horrible things while seeking the presidency of this country. And while he may not be an immigrant, I don't think Mr. Trump has forgotten that the richest man in the world is a Mexican. For a man who prides himself on making good business deals, who wrote the book The Art of the Deal, he sure doesn't know how to deal with an America that has evolved to no longer accept vitriol like that spoken at his campaign announcement.

Amazon has recently responded to the racist terror attack in Charleston that sparked a conversation about our nation's history with race and particularly with the Confederate flag by ceasing to sell Confederate flags on their site. Now I call on them to do the same with Donald Trump and cease to sell his many products on the site listed by Donald Trump and his companies. Trump no longer represents a sound business judgement, he represents societal regression and is a symbol for losing business by being held responsible for spreading hate. NBCUniversal and Univision have both recognized this by ending their TV deals with Trump and not showing Miss Universe or The Apprentice. I call on Amazon and its CEO, Jeff Bezos, whose own father immigrated to America as a young man, to also cease business with this man, and stop supporting his hate.