FourFourOne Trump fast-food chain is pulling out of the South Carolina state race, according to the Associated Press.
The Trump family owned company, which sells hamburgers, sandwiches, fries and pizza, announced the decision in a tweet Tuesday morning.
The decision comes just days before South Carolina voters go to the polls to decide whether the GOP candidate will be the state’s next governor.
The company, based in Spartanburg, South Carolina, was founded in 1926 by John “Joe” Donald.
The tweet said the company plans to relocate to Florida and move production of its products to the state in 2018.
“We are deeply saddened and disappointed to announce that we have decided to relocate our operations from South Carolina to Florida,” the company wrote.
“With the support of our investors and our partners, we look forward to continuing to deliver a quality and authentic product in South Carolina.”
The announcement came less than two weeks after Trump and his wife, Melania, hosted a lavish New Year’s Eve party at the White House.
The couple later took to Twitter to celebrate the party.
The event was held to celebrate Donald Trump’s 10th anniversary as president.
“Happy New Year to all the good friends and supporters in our community, the people of South Charleston and the nation,” Trump wrote on his personal Twitter account.
The restaurant, which had already announced that it would relocate to a different state, did not immediately respond to CNNMoney’s request for comment.
The move comes as Trump continues to struggle with the fallout from the leaked 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape in which he boasted about sexual assault.
The video prompted a federal investigation into Trump’s alleged behavior toward women, including women who worked at his casinos.
He has vehemently denied the accusations.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.