To the members of President Trump's advisory councils:
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In the wake of the Charlottesville attacks, Donald Trump failed to condemn the neo-Nazis and white supremacists responsible for three deaths and dozens of injuries--blaming "both sides" for days. But now, three high-profile CEOs say they aren't having it--and have cut ties with the President's Manufacturing Jobs Council in protest.
In under 24 hours, the CEO of pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co, Under Armour, and Intel, have resigned from Trump's council, denouncing "intolerance and extremism" and "hate-spawned violence."
Now, their resignation is putting renewed pressure on the rest of Trump's council members, like the CEOs of Campbell Soup Company, PepsiCo, and Johnson & Johnson. This is exactly the momentum we need to force these big names to cut ties with Trump--putting us closer to stopping Trump and his neo-Nazi-approved agenda.