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Makeup brand wants to stop Trump supporters from buying its products

Mashable Friday, 17 February 2017
A popular British makeup brand is taking a stand against Donald Trump by forcing all customers to take an "anti-fascism pledge". 

Illamasqua's founder Julian Kynaston announced the move in a blog on the brand's website, stating the brand is "horrified by President Trump's actions to date". 

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