Gap Sparks Outrage Over Posting Half-Blue, Half-Red Hoodie Amid Heated Election

Gap caught fire Wednesday for posting a photo of a half-blue, half-red sweatshirt on its Twitter account, with the outcome of a heated presidential election still undecided and tensions running high. The retailer later removed the photo, which sparked a flurry of outrage across social media, with some Twitter users calling the post “ugly” and “poorly timed.” It was viewed more than 800,000 times. The caption of the half-blue, half-red hoodie animation read: “The one thing we know, is that together, we can move forward.” When the animated image played, it showed the sweatshirt being zipped up. Read more at CNBC.