Over the last 72 hours, one of the biggest political stories to dominate the news cycle has been the aftermath of Nordstrom dropping the clothing line of Ivanka Trump. After President Donald Trump lashed out at the department store for their decision, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway came under fire for publicly promoting the brand on national TV.

Ivanka on fire

During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made many new enemies, and with that came loss in popularity that negatively impacted his businesses. In addition, Ivanka Trump also took a hit as her clothing line saw a nearly 33 percent drop in sales during the election.

With the line under-performing, Nordstrom dropped the brand, with T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and others follow in their footsteps. When the issue was brought up with Kellyanne Conway earlier this week, the former campaign manager appeared to violate ethics rules by promoting the clothing line. As reported by Politico on February 12, Conway ran into big trouble when she was confronted by the First Daughter.

After Kellyanne Conway made the aforementioned remarks, she was allegedly "counseled" by Donald Trump, according to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

The term "counseled" later became controversial, as the former host of "The Apprentice" was reportedly enraged by Spicer's use of the term, labeling it "terrible." While all appeared civil when it came to the president and Conway, Ivanka Trump was not pleased.

According to the Politico report, "A source close to Trump said that his daughter scolded Conway for dragging her brand into an ethics mess and told her not to mention it again on TV." Politico also noted that Ivanka and her father spoke in detail about her business deals, with the First Daughter informing the president "about leaving her business out of the politics."

Chaos continues

In addition to the constant controversy surrounding Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer is also reportedly skating on thin ice.

The two top advisors have been the butt of many jokes in recent weeks on "Saturday Night Live," which Politico previously reported "rattled" the commander in chief to the point that he doesn't even want to speak about the show in public.