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'It's egoistic delusion': Larry Summers says Walmart chief executive 'is not fit to be the CEO' unless he quits Trump council (WMT)

Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers on Wednesday eviscerated chief executives who remain on White House advisory councils in the wake of fallout over Trump's response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville over the weekend. Summers specifically narrowed in on Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, who this week condemned Trump's remarks in the wake of the rally but said he would remain on one of the president's advisory councils regardless.
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