Poor old Donald, just can’t catch a break these days. In a recent speech he called Mexicans ‘rapists’ and ‘drug dealers’, saying that America needs to increase border security and clamp down of illegal immigration.
These comments have prompted a number of high profile companies to (sensibly) end their association with Trump. The first was NBC Universal, then Univision, and now Macy’s.
Macy’s, the American clothing retailer has announced that they will not continue to stock their Donald Trump branded businesswear range, as they found his claims distressing and alienating to their consumers.
It’s probably a good thing that Macy’s are no longer enabling misogynistic Donald Trump wanabees to look like a man in his late 60s, there is already enough of that going around.
Trump hit back on Twitter, accusing Macy’s of supporting illegal immigration, he also encouraged those who believe in tight border security to boycott the clothing chain.
Meanwhile NBC says they will no longer produce The Apprentice, but Celebrity Apprentice will continue without Trump, they also will no longer broadcast Trump’s Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.
During his presidential candidate speech he made some seriously not okay comments, he said, “[Mexico] are sending people that have lots of problems, and they are bringing those problems to us. They are bringing drugs, and bringing crime, and their rapists”.
Trump has also been snubbed by a number of musicians, Ricky Martin has cancelled his plans to hold the Ricky Martin Foundation charity golf tournament at the Trump International Golf Club Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. While Flo Rida, Craig Wayne, and singer Natalie La Rose have all decided not to perform at the Miss USA pageant in Baton Rouge later this month.