On Saturday, the companies said the move was "part of a push to focus their online business on the most profitable items", Reuters reports.
"Brand new. On 2/7, Sears still had 19 Trump products".
Items from Trump Home, which is part of the Trump Organization, were reportedly not available on both websites and did not appear in a search of either website as of Friday.
"Amid that streamlining effort, 31 Trump Home items were among the items removed online this week", he said, adding those items can be found through a third-party vendor, without providing additional information about the products.
The report says there are no longer any traces of the Trump Home line on the websites of Sears and Kmart.
Neither Sears nor Kmart carried the Trump Home products in their retail stores, a Sears Holdings Corp spokesman said.
Afghanistan civilian casualties reaches record high
The report said the figures included 3,500 children who were killed or injured, an increase of 24 per cent over the a year ago . Since 2009, the United Nations found that a total of 24,841 civilians had lost their lives, while 45,347 had been left injured.
Earlier this month, Nordstrom (JWN) cited brand "performance", not politics, as the reason why it chose to stop carrying Ivanka Trump's clothing and accessories label.
Then, on Thursday, presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway went on Fox & Friends to urge everyone, including people who hate shopping, to buy Ivanka Trump-branded "stuff".
While poor sales could certainly be a reason behind dropping the line, there has also been public pressure to stop selling or promoting merchandise associated with the first family.
Nordstrom's announcement prompted President Trump to jump to his daughter's defence.
Ivanka Trump's clothing and accessories line has taken a hit in recent months.
It's been a bumpy week for Trump brands.