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Business leaders call Trump bad for economy in new letter

"For sustained investment, economic growth and job creation, American business needs as much predictability, reliability and stability in our government as possible," they write. Signers of the latest letter include Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, famed chef Jose Andres and Carlos Gutierrez, U.S. secretary of Commerce under President George W. Bush and the former CEO of the Kellogg Company.
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