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While the Centerbrook, Connecticut-based company sells hundreds of shirts, hats, underwear and Halloween costumes via Walmart, it also runs its own website and sells similar merchandise on Amazon.

This is America, land of the free commerce, but Walmart is somehow under fire after Trump supporters got in a tizzy after discovering "Impeach 45" tees were being sold on the superstore's website.

Of course, this proliferation of indignation has been criticized by the current Commander in Chief's dissenters, who think the #BoycottWalmart movement is one-dimensional.

Nor is Walmart itself selling the "Impeach 45" clothing.

Fortune credits Ryan Fournier, chairman of Students for Trump, with the discovery of the t-shirts for sale and the call for a boycott that followed.

Walmart did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Trump supporters have taken to Twitter to complain to the retailer.

Compared with that, the "Impeach 45" baby clothes on Walmart.com seem pretty harmless.

Some red, white and blue apparel offered on Walmart Inc.'s website from third-party sellers this holiday week may have American shoppers feeling a little less than united.

In the past, Walmart has issued statements after these incidents saying: "This item was sold by a third-party seller on our marketplace and clearly violates our policy. Tree. Journalist. Some assembly required", after facing massive backlash.

Walmart pulled the shirt - as well as other products with the same message - from its website, but not until some of the president's fans threw a fit.