BREAKING: Famous CEOs Forced by Their Own Customers to Tell Trump the One Thing He Doesn’t Want to Hear


Last week, a bunch of high-level CEOs were going to be joining the Trump administration as advisors.

Apparently, that’s not happening anymore.

Thanks to Trump’s erratic executive orders that put the country into still more protests – and after online protests showed the numbers loud and clear – businesses are finally having to cut all ties.

Walt Disney’s CEO Bob Iger is canceling a meeting he’d schedule with Trump – and other CEOs are going even further.

After Trump signed his “Muslim ban,” calls and emails poured in from their customers and employees alike, concerned about company connections to the Trump White House.

Uber, reportedly worth around $18 billion, is a ride-sharing app led by CEO Travis Kalanick, who was set to join Trump’s economic council.

People started deleting the app in such huge numbers in protest, and Kalanick was forced to cut ties with Trump after #DeleteUber trended on social media.

“Joining the group was not meant to be an endorsement of the president or his agenda, but unfortunately it has been misinterpreted to be exactly that.”

Thank you, Big Business, for listening to customers and not working with Trump!

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Shaw has written for USA Today, CNN, Capitol Weekly, Independent Voter Network News, and The Energy Collective. At age 19, she was appointed to the Community Health Commission for the City of Berkeley by Mayor Tom Bates and served on the Mayor's Health Task Force. She acts and models professionally and has performed at Carnegie Hall. Shaw is a native San Franciscan. She studied political economy, public policy, biology, and rhetoric at UC Berkeley, and graduated in 2016. Through reformed education and effective communication, she is interested in making complex concepts accessible to broader audiences in hope of creating a more aware and active world.


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