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Mark Cuban says it's 'no surprise' CEOs abandoned Trump: 'It's not like it was obvious there wouldn't be future incidents'

Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban told Business Insider Thursday that it's "no surprise" CEOs began to abandon President Donald Trump's business councils following his response to the violence at white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend. By Wednesday, with CEOs exiting the councils en masse, Trump tweeted that he was ending the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and the Strategic and Policy Forum.
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