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New Boycott Trump App Ensures You Won't Spend Money At Businesses Tied To Him

Ignoring the loftiest of Hail Marys, it's too late to get Donald Trump out of the White House, but that doesn't mean you can't having fun messing with him.

Someone's created a way to basically steal money from the big man.

It's an app created by the Democratic Coalition Against Trump group, and it's simply called Boycott Trump.

The aim is to take money out of his pocket by familiarizing yourself with all the businesses owned or connected to him — then just don't shop there.

Donald Trump giving the thumbs up sign and smiling

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FYI, there are a lot — more than 250, to be more precise — and some of the firms he's related to may surprise you.

The app, which is free to download on iTunes, claims Trump has ties to Nike, MillerCoors and Gucci. So you'll need to address your Gucci shoe fetish if you're anti-Trump — or be a massive hypocrite.

Boycott Trump app designed by Democratic Coalition Against Trump

Democratic Coalition Against Trump

The description reads,

Created by the Democratic Coalition Against Trump, Boycott Trump is the first app of its kind, allowing users to hit Trump where it hurts most – his wallet.

Search through over 250 companies and people to see they're directly connected to Trump. Make Trump and his allies pay, literally, for their hateful rhetoric and regressive policies. Use consumer action to take a stand for what's right!

We all know how Trump Towers and Trump Steaks are connected to Trump, but did you know Nike, MillerCoors, Johnson & Johnson, Gucci, and many other major companies can all be directly linked to him as well? Find out how!

View of Trump Towers from below

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It may not be pleasing to the eye, but the app does what it says on the tin.

Nate Lemer, executive director of the Democratic Coalition Against Trump, said, “[The app] is a first step in our larger Boycott Trump campaign, which will feature a unified grassroots movement centered on holding companies and individuals that help Trump in any way accountable.”

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Brit abroad. Previously worked on Metro.co.uk and Snapchat with the Daily Mail.
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