Reply To: Many CEOs fear a Second Trump Term would be Worse than the First

  • outdoorsguy

    Member
    January 26, 2024 at 9:39 am

    Trump continues to prove everyday that he has no regard for the constitution, the rule of law, America or it’s citizens.

    His brain dead supporters are symptomatic of how our education system has failed those with limited intelligence and cognitive abilities

    The Twice Impeached, 4 times Indicted Florida Criminal Defendant Facing 94 Felonies threatens on his failed social media site that anyone who gives to Haley will be “permanently barred from the MAGA camp.” It’s a salvo that could leave the Wall Street crowd, many of whom were long seen as eager to find a Trump alternative, in an awkward spot — especially as his path to the nomination becomes clearer.

    Haley’s super PAC, which has drawn support from an array of business and finance executives, told the New York Times on Thursday it brought in $50.1 million in the second half of 2023, outraising Trump’s PAC, which brought in $46 million. Wall Street billionaires Stanley Druckenmiller, Henry Kravis, Ken Langone and Cliff Asness are hosting a Haley fundraiser in New York next week, according to Bloomberg.

    But Haley’s odds of securing the GOP nomination look longer by the day — giving executives ample reason to avoid Trump’s ire.

    “Trump knows how to play the system against itself,” said former Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele.

    The Florida Criminal Defendant oversaw economic growth and signed into law large corporate tax cuts that executives cheered, but high tariffs from his trade war with China hurt U.S. stock prices. And business leaders vowed to ditch him following his claims about election fraud and the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. < https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2024-election/trump-threatens-blacklist-haley-donors-rcna135586