What You Missed: Trump Calls Out Nordstrom, Gorsuch Calls Out Trump, and More

In What You Missed, we round up the best stories for you to read on your evening commute. 

Last week, Nordstrom said that it would stop selling Ivanka Trump’s clothing and accessory line, citing low sales. 

That move didn’t sit too well with President Donald Trump, who tweeted that she’d been “treated so unfairly” by the company:

This raised some ethics concerns: Trump doesn’t seem to be separating his presidency from his and his family’s business ventures. But the ethics conerns didn’t end there. In an interview with Fox News, Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said “go buy Ivanka's stuff.” And now she might be in hot water over the comment. 

Lashing Out

"The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!" President Trump tweeted, referring to Judge James Robart, who blocked the president's refugee and immigration ban.

Many people disagreed with the president’s remarks, including Judge Neil Gorsuch, Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, who said it was “demoralizing.” Read the story from The AP. 

What Book You Missed

Alexander Hamilton is certainly having a moment. For those of us who have yet to score tickets to see Lin Manuel-Miranda’s blockbuster musical, there’s Ron Chernow’s bestselling biography, the playlist on Spotify, and, now, a leadership guide based on the principles of the founding father. Businesses often use grandiose terms to describe their impact on their industries and the world, but this is one instance where it would hardly be hyperbolic to call these business tips revolutionary. (Get it!?)