The full list of businesses that have dropped out of the Trump administration
A list of the businesses that had decided to pull out of Donald Trump’s administration, with their reasons.
The list includes: Ace Hardware , General Electric , General Motors , General Services Group , HP , International Paper , J.C. Penney , Kmart , Kroger , Macy’s , Macys Inc. , Microsoft , Nascar , Office Depot , Pampers , Staples , The Post Company , Target , U.S. Postal Service , and Verizon Wireless.
Here’s what you need to know about the businesses who have decided to leave.
(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) The list of those who have either decided to withdraw or announced their decision to leave includes: Amway Companies Inc., Apple Inc., AT&T Inc., B&m GmbH, BP Plc, Cisco Systems, Darden Restaurants, Dow Chemical Co., FedEx Corp., Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Home Depot Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Kraft Foods Inc., Kroger Co., McDonald’s Corp., Netflix Inc., Nissan Motor Co., Office Depot Inc. and Walmart.
This is the first list of all the companies that have announced their intention to pullout from the Trump Administration.
( AP Photo/Seth Wenig) (AP) President Donald Trump, left, and his wife, Melania Trump, attend a rally at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2021.
( Chip Somodevilla / AP ) The list is in alphabetical order by name, followed by the reason why the business decided to quit.
Here are the reasons for their departure: A major overhaul of the U.N. human rights council, a move that was met with fierce opposition from civil rights groups and some Democrats.
A $300 million donation from Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and a senior White House adviser, to a veterans charity.
A new foreign policy team led by Vice President Mike Pence that included retired Marine Gen. Mike Flynn, former Rep. Joe Barton, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., who represents the southern border.
A number of other major corporations announced they would pull out.
They include General Motors Co., the auto industry’s largest producer of cars, trucks and SUVs, the maker of the Cadillac ATS sedan; Boeing Co.; General Electric Co.; Intel Corp.; General Motors Corp.; Intel Corporation; JPMorgan Chase & ; Bancorp; Pfizer Inc.; Sears Holdings Corp.; Walmart Stores Inc.; and United Technologies Corp. Trump also announced a $200 million fund to help American veterans who have lost limbs, back and spine injuries from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
(Reuters photo: Jonathan Ernst) The U.K. government has also announced it is pulling out of Trump’s international trade agenda, which is aimed at reviving U.I.F. trade talks that are stalled over concerns about currency manipulation.
U. S. President Donald J. Trump signs an executive order on trade policy in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington.
(Melina Mara/The Washington Post) The withdrawal of these companies comes as the administration seeks to overhaul U.A.E. trade policies and get more U.C.-based goods, including auto parts and apparel, into the U,D.C.’s supply chains.
The announcement comes after a series of trade deals were hammered out with the U-S.
in recent years, which have benefited U.s. manufacturers.
U-C-based goods have been used to produce electronics, computer components and other goods for decades.
Trump has pledged to renegotiate the U.-C-trade deal, which includes a $50 billion investment in the U.,D.
Cs. manufacturing base.
Trump will announce the final details of the trade deal on Monday, according to a White House official.
(Associated Press Photo: Chip Somasell) Trump has promised to scrap the U’s controversial 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement and renegotiate it.
Trump signed the TPP on Jan. 22 and said it would be the “gold standard” for U. C.-based trade agreements.
The U-Bahn Group is among those that withdrew.
It had said it will leave the U in 2019 if Trump does not renegotiate trade deals with China and other countries.