It just keeps coming -- now Macy’s is dumping Donald Trump's fashion line, the Donald J. Trump collection.
Trump had been a big presence in the iconic department store's star-studded commercials - promoting his line of suits and ties - but not anymore!
"In light of statements made by Donald Trump, which are inconsistent with Macy's values, we have decided to discontinue our business relationship with Mr. Trump," Macy's announced.
Trump fired back, calling for a boycott of Macy's.
Appearing on the The O'Reilly Factor Tuesday night, Trump is standing by his controversial comments on immigration.
"Would you take any of that back, or rephrase any of it, if you could?" Bill O'Reilly asked him.
"No, because it's totally accurate," Trump said.
He took aim at the Spanish-language network, Univision, and also at NBC, which are refusing to air the Miss USA pageant, being held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on July 12. He said the networks were hurting the 51 contestants, not him.
"They have been totally abandoned. Their parents are there. Their families are there. These are fabulous young women and NBC didn't even think about that," he said.
Left without a broadcast partner, Trump plans to stream the pageant live on the Internet, and he says he'll be there in person.
The reigning Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, took to Facebook to urge viewers to watch. “While I do not agree with many of the things that were said, especially in regards to immigration - I mean, I'm part-Mexican, after all - what I do believe in is the pageant."
The controversy doesn't seem to be hurting Trump’s presidential bid - at least not yet. He's now number two in Iowa, behind Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
The same goes for New Hampshire, where he's gaining on front-runner Jeb Bush. Nationally, according to a new CNN poll, he's now number two behind Bush.
"We have to fight like hell, but we're going to make the country great again," said Trump
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