Trump Closes Down Manufacturing Advisory Panel Following CEO Exodus
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Trump's American Manufacturing Council began losing members daily after the president's perceived failure to address racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. J&J CEO Alex Gorsky was among business leaders who opted to stick with the advisory panel, a position that triggered mass calls for boycotts online.
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