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Campbell’s, Pepsi Executives Pressured to Sever Trump Ties

Consumers are threatening boycotts unless CEOs #DumpTrump As President Donald Trump wades further into controversy with every passing day of his administration, executives of some of the nation’s biggest food companies are facing public pressure to cut ties with him. As Trump took office back in January, leaders of some of the nation’s biggest and most visible corporations stepped up into advisory roles — be they official or unofficial — in hopes of helping to shape the administration’s policies.
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