Business entrepreneur and author Lance Wallnau has called out, by name, several high-profile CEOs who abandoned President Donald Trump and forced him to disband two advisory councils consisting chief executives of major U.S. companies.
Some of the CEOs walked away from Trump's inner circle in the wake of the violence recently in Charlottesville, Virginia, and how they perceived Trump's attitude toward the white supremacist movement.
In calling out these CEOs, Wallanu said, "Sixty-one million Americans voted for Donald Trump, and these CEOs are betting against you. They are betting you are too stupid and lazy to attach consequences from them stepping away from the president. They have implied he is guilty of something. Instead of standing for a strong American economy and getting through the political manipulation, they simply walked away."
Wendell Weeks of Corning, Kevin Plank of Under Armour, AFLCIO Head Richard Trumka and Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison were at the top of Wallnau's "hit list."
Wallnau also denounced the media for "trying to tear apart the support for Trump because he is such a frustration to the devil's plans for America."
For more of Wallnau's rebuke of these CEOs, watch the video above.
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