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Trump Shuts Down Manufacturing Council Before More CEOs Abandon Him

Donald Trump’s connections to the business community are disappearing after the president failed to clearly denounce white supremacists following the protests in Charlottesville. A string of CEOs have disavowed associations with the president this week, forcing Trump to disband several groups of business advisers to the White House.  On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that for every […]
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