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CEOs quitting Trump's Business Panel

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posted on Aug, 15 2017 @ 07:39 PM

originally posted by: face23785

originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
Yes, they took those positions thinking it would help their companies. So true.
The promise from Trump was that he would be the spearhead of an economic boom.
Over and over he promised to find the best and the brightest and reestablish a robust environment for American business.

But maybe now they no longer believe him to be that solid a bet. Maybe they can see that the robust business environment he promised is turning into cheap carney and Trump a sideshow barker.

Yeah and they just happened to realize this as the President is taking a bunch of bogus heat over Charlottesville.

They made political decisions, which is exactly what they're bitching about Washington being all about. #in hypocrites.

Now were suppose to be stupid enough to not support Trump as if we're ever going to believe the Charlottesville narrative.
Isn't their any real men left in power? Or just these douches running these companies.

posted on Aug, 16 2017 @ 01:54 PM

originally posted by: DancedWithWolves
Trump Tweeted prior to the new resignation announcememt of Alliance of American Manufacturing CEO Scott Paul.

The Exodus from the administration continues.

...And all the rest of the CEO's voted to bail out today. Trump's response? Spin it as if he decided to end the business and manufacturing counsels rather than losing the support of everyone on said panels. What happened to all those replacement CEO's at the ready, eager to jump in and fill the void?

When was the last time we had a party run a primary against that party's sitting President? It's damn sure going to happen in 2020, if he's even still in office.

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