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10 CEO's who dumped Trump over Charlottesville comments

WASHINGTON - Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he was shutting down two of his central business advisory councils. This came after several executives quit in protest over the president's earlier policy decisions and his response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. The business advisory councils are Trump's manufacturing council and the business advisory council (also known as the strategy and policy forum).
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