NBC and Univision dropped the beauty pageant, citing Mr. Trump’s comments about immigrants.
Piñatas that closely resemble Donald Trump are selling quickly in Mexico. Apparently Mexicans are channeling their hatred towards the businessman-turned-presidential candidate for remarks about the regional people being the reason for escalation in crime in America. Show More Summary
Companies can't shed their associations with Donald Trump quickly enough. Mattress retailer Serta, which had exclusively sold a line of Trump Home mattresses since 2009, announced on Wednesday that it would not renew its contract with...Show More Summary
Donald Trump places second in CNN's most recent national Republican primary poll, second in the two most recent polls of New Hampshire, and tied for second in the most recent Iowa poll. As things now stand, he should have no trouble getting onstage in the first Republican primary debate in August, he's drawing intensive media coverage... Show More Summary
Donald Trump's horrific anti-immigrant remarks during his presidential launch included that Mexican immigrants are "bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists." Since then, the response - from immigration groups to major corporations to anyone with any sense of decency - has been strong criticism of Trump's racist remarks. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant will air after all: the cable network Reelz has acquired the rights to broadcast the pageant after NBCUniversal and Univision canceled their broadcast agreement following Trump's derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants in his presidential big announcement last month. Macy's also severed its business relationship with [...]
Many are distancing themselves from real estate mogul/combover cautionary tale/presidential candidate Donald Trump these days. But former Dolphins coach Don Shula found out first hand how hard it was to do business with him in the early 1980s. During his USFL years, Trump craved attention, and was willing to spend incredible amounts of money and…
On Thursday, both NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning saw Donald Trump’s presidential bid spelling disaster for the Republican Party in 2016. On Today, correspondent Peter Alexander touted how the “controversy” surrounding Trump’s anti-illegal...Show More Summary
The billionaire's continued attack on Mexican immigrants has caused some partners to rethink their relationship with him
First Read: “Donald Trump vs. Macy’s. The battle over the Ex-Im bank. Conservatives decrying the same-sex marriage ruling, immigration reform and normalization of relations with Cuba. A lot of stories in the past week have demonstrated how the Republican Party [...]
Somehow this happened… Unfortunately we can't say we're too surprised that someone picked up Donald Trump's Miss USA Pageant as disgusting as his comments were. After both NBC and Univision dumped Trump and carrying the contest, and several celebrities have backed out, the Reelz networks has picked up the exclusive rights to this year's Miss USA. [ Related: [...]
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Macy's is the latest big-name company, following NBC Universal and Univision, to sever its relationship with billionaire businessman Donald Trump following the GOP presidential candidate's controversial remarks that immigrants from Mexico and other countries coming into the U.S. illegally are "killers and rapists."
Dear Donald, You've said some pretty offensive things about Latino immigrants recently, and I think they're worth addressing. Because, you know, this is the United States of America, where I have a right to speak up even if I'm not a billionaire. Show More Summary
As more companies drop the GOP candidate, at least one person still feels OK about the Donald
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump is not the most cautious speaker in the Republican presidential primary field. He's in a public feud with the nation's largest Spanish-language television network, with one of its premier networks, and with a major retailer over comments suggesting that Mexican immigrants are "rapists" and drug runners. Show More Summary
A multi-million dollar business fleecing over the 2007 Miss Universe pageant in Mexico City may be a root factor in the nasty tirade Donald Trump leveled at Mexican immigrants in his US presidential campaign announcement. On Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump's rise in the polls may be less important than the media "oxygen" he is consuming. A majority of Americans approve of the SCOTUS ruling on the ACA. And Americans are very patriotic -- Happy Fourth! This is HuffPollster for Thursday, July 2, 2015. Show More Summary
Two developments today force us to consider the place of the more unusual candidates in the presidential race, the ones who probably won’t end up being their party’s nominee but whose support tells us something meaningful about where the Democratic and Republican parties are and where they might be going. The first is that, according […]
It is not politically significant that Donald Trump would claim to be running for president, that he would say something flamboyantly ignorant, or that he would “surge” to “second place” in polls by using his name recognition to get into double digits in a splintered field. What is significant and... More »