President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy attend the inaugural ball January 20, 1961, in Washington.
"Wynn Las Vegas confirms it removed the Tom Ford line of cosmetics and sunglasses from the resort this past weekend", the statement read. "I think it's an inappropriate observation", Ivanka says in the clip.
Ford has been very vocal about not wanting to dress her and earlier this week, Donald Trump made a decision to fire right back at the designer, claiming his wife never even asked Ford to dress her.
Seth Meyers couldn't deliver all the news, so his writer Amber helps out.
The full interview airs on 20/20 at 10 P.M. E.ST. on Thursday, and includes conversation with Donald Trump Jr. as well.
Donald Trump's opinion of Tom Ford isn't changing any time soon.
Ivanka Trump also wore a white trouser suit for the inauguration.
Of course, there was no doubt that Mrs. Trump would choose to "wear American" for the momentous occasion - it's pretty much a prerequisite - but what is surprising is her deviation from her usual style. Famously scrutinised, what they wear cannot only set trends but be a powerful tool for political messaging.
As for POTUS, he wore one of his typically expensive but poorly tailored suits with a too-long red tie. "I think the first lady has to relate to everybody".
"First lady Melania looking lovely and elegant. very Jackie O!". He declined, saying, "she's not necessarily my image".
While the Trump women exuded elegance, many raised eyebrows at President Trump's senior aide, Kellyanne Conway.
As for Melania's wardrobe, speculation abounds as to which designer has been tasked with designing her Inauguration day wardrobe.
According to Cosmopolitan, Ralph Lauren also outfitted Michelle Obama, Nancy Reagan and Betty Ford at their husbands' inauguration ceremonies. Though Lauren outfitted Clinton in many of her signature pantsuits throughout the campaign, Melania wore a Lauren jumpsuit to the final presidential debate, and another on Election Night, buying both looks off-the-rack rather than working through the brand's celebrity services team, which Clinton has done.