President Trump Threw Another Twitter Tantrum After Council Jumps Ship, He’s Losing It!

How long until they impeach him?


Donald Trump’s epic failure over the weekend didn’t sit well with most leading American CEOs. The CEOs of Merck and Under Armour started the trend by resigning from the president’s manufacturing council. Now, according to a CNBC report, Trump’s economic policy council just disintegrated.

This past Saturday, Donald Trump blamed “many sides” for the terrorist attack in Charlottesville instead of blaming the white supremacist community.

One member of the now-dead council told CNBC:

“The thinking was it was important to do as a group. As a panel, not as individuals because it would have more significant impact. It makes a central point that it’s not going to go forward. It’s done.”

Members of the council included:

  • Group leader Blackstone CEO – Steve Schwarzman
  • JPMorgan Chase’sJamie Dimon
  • BlackRock’s – Larry Fink
  • Wal-Mart’s – Doug McMillon
  • IBM’s – Ginni Rometty

The CEOs unanimously decided to “condemn” Trump’s actions following the Charlottesville incident that left one woman dead and over a dozen others injured.

Earlier in Trump’s presidency, other leading CEOs including Tesla’s Elon Musk and Disney’s Bob Iger resigned from Trump’s council.

Trump exasperated an already touchy situation when he attacked the “alt-left” during a press conference at Trump Tower on Tuesday. He made it clear that he’s standing behind his white supremacist followers.

Trump on Twitter.

Plank, Krzanich, and Paul all resigned after Trump’s Twitter meltdown, and other members of the council are reportedly considering doing the same. On Tuesday morning, Trump tweeted his thoughts on their resignations:

Trump later claimed on Twitter that the decision to dissolve the council was all his idea:

How long until they impeach him?

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