New Balance - CEO Rob DeMartini - Donald Trump Supporter
Ivanka Trump's clothing line did over $100 million last year alone. (see below)
- Demonstrate Your Anger By Withholding Your Dollars
- Blacks, Hispanics and women Combine Spend Over $7 Trillion Annually In the USA alone.
- Women Alone Make 85% Of All Consumer Purchases.
Andrew Puzder - Owner of Carl's Jr. & Hardee's Who's Against Raising The Minimum Wage Says He'd Like To Run His Business With Robots? Blacks and Hispanics proportionately eat 15% more fast food. Let The Robots Eat His Food!
Rex Tillerson = Don't Use Exxon gas
- List of Ceo's and their companies products who endorsed Trump
- Sheldon Adelson, CEO of Las Vegas Sands
- Roger Ailes, former Chairman and CEO of Fox News Channel, media consultant to presidential campaigns of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush
- David R. Barker, author, academic and businessman
- Thomas J. Barrack Jr., Founder and Chairman of Colony Capital
- Andrew Beal, Founder and Chairman of Beal Bank
- William Harrison Binnie, industrialist and investment banker, President of New Hampshire 1 Network and owner of Carlisle One Media, and Chairman of the Finance Committee for the New Hampshire Republican State Committee
- Ernie Boch Jr., CEO of Boch Industries
- Elliott Broidy, venture capitalist
- Doug Burgum, entrepreneur, philanthropist, former president of Great Plains Software, former head of Microsoft Business Solutions, chairman of the board for Atlassian, and 2016 Republican nominee for Governor of North Dakota
- Herman Cain, businessman and Tea Party politician (former 2000 and 2012 presidential candidate)
- Pete Coors, businessman and chairman of MillerCoors
- Jenny Craig, founder of Jenny Craig Inc.
- Darwin Deason, businessman and political donor
- Daniel R. DiMicco, former CEO of Nucor Corp
- Kim Dotcom, internet entrepreneur and political activist
- Bernie Ecclestone, Chief Executive of Formula One Group
- Marc Faber, Swiss investor
- Sean Fieler, businessman, philanthropist and conservative activist/donor
- Steve Feinberg, financier and co-founder and CEO of Cerberus Capital Management
- Kenneth Fisher, investment analyst and the founder and chairman of Fisher Investments
- Steve Forbes, publishing executive, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes, and business magnate (former 1996 and 2000presidential candidate)
- Brian France, CEO and Chairman of NASCAR
- Neal B. Freeman, founder of The Blackwell Corporation, former president of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
- Foster Friess, businessman and philanthropist
- David Green, businessman and CEO of Hobby Lobby
- Harold Hamm, entrepreneur and oil industry pioneer
- Carl Icahn, business magnate, investor, activist shareholder, philanthropist, founder and majority shareholder of Icahn Enterprises and Chairman of Federal-Mogul
- Peter Kalikow, president of H. J. Kalikow & Company
- Robert Kiyosaki, businessman, investor, educator, motivational speaker and self-help author (authored two business books with the candidate)
- Bill Koch, businessman, sailor, and collector
- Shalabh Kumar, industrialist, philanthropist, and founder and head of the Republican Hindu Coalition
- Charles Kushner, real estate developer and co-owner of Kushner Properties
- Jared Kushner, co-owner of Kushner Properties, owner of The New York Observer, son-in-law of the candidate
- Kenneth Langone, co-founder of The Home Depot
- Richard LeFrak, real-estate businessman
- Howard Lorber, businessman, investor and CEO of Vector Group
- David Malpass, founder and president of Encima Global LLC, Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary under President Ronald Reagan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under President George H. W. Bush
- Doug Manchester, businessman, real estate developer, and former newspaper publisher
- Bernard Marcus, businessman, philanthropist, co-founder and former CEO of The Home Depot
- Linda McMahon, former President and CEO of WWE and Republican nominee for Senate from Connecticut in 2010 and 2012
- Robert Mercer, computer scientist and co-CEO of Renaissance Technologies
- Larry Mizel, chairman and CEO of MDC Holdings
- Steven Mnuchin, banker, political fundraiser, CEO of Dune Capital Management and Finance Chair of the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign
- Stephen Moore, economic writer, policy analyst, co-founder and former president of the Club for Growth, former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, and former chief economist for The Heritage Foundation
- Rupert Murdoch, media mogul, CEO of Fox News
- Robert E. Murray, CEO of Murray Energy Corporation
- Terry Neese, founder of Terry Neese Personnel Services and the Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women
- John Paulson, hedge fund manager and president of Paulson & Co.
- Joe Ricketts, founder, former CEO and former chairman of TD Ameritrade
- Wayne Allyn Root, businessman, politician, television and radio personality (Libertarian Party nominee for Vice President in 2008)
- Wilbur Ross, investor, owner of WL Ross & Co., owner of International Steel Group, vice chairman of Bank of Cyprus
- Steven Roth, real estate investor and CEO of Vornado Realty Trust
- Phil Ruffin, businessman and partner of Trump Hotel Las Vegas
- Anthony Scaramucci, financier, entrepreneur, author, founder and a co-managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, and host of Wall Street Week on Fox Business
- Martin Selig, founder and owner of Martin Selig Real Estate
- German Sterligov, Russian businessman and environmentalist.
- Paul Teutul Sr., Co. founder of Orange County Choppers
- Peter Thiel, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, hedge fund manager, co-founder of PayPal, board member of Facebook, libertarian, and transhumanist
- Donald Trump Jr., businessman, son of the candidate
- Eric Trump, businessman and philanthropist, son of the candidate
- Ivanka Trump, businesswoman, writer, and former model, daughter of the candidate
- Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric
- Dana White, President of Ultimate Fighting Championship
- Vladimir Yakunin, Russian businessman, public figure, former president of Russian Railways, and founder and president of the World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations"
- Richard Yuengling Jr., owner of Yuengling Brewery
- Ivanka Trump Products - $100 Million In Sales Last Year http://shop.nordstrom.com/c/ivanka-trump Lord & Taylor Department Stores
University and academic figures
- Larry P. Arnn, president of Hillsdale College
- Hadley Arkes, political scientist and the Edward N. Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions emeritus at Amherst College
- Mark Bauerlein, Professor of English at Emory University.
- Jay Bergman, Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University, president of the of directors Connecticut affiliate of the National Association of Scholars, and member of the Connecticut Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
- Walter Block, Professor of Economics at the J. A. Butt School of Business at Loyola University New Orleans, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and author of Defending the Undefendable
- Bernard Brscic, Slovenian economist
- F.H. Buckley, Foundation Professor at George Mason University School of Law.
- Thomas DiLorenzo, Professor of Economics at the Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business, research fellow at The Independent Institute, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and member of the Mont Pelerin Society
- John C. Eastman, Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service at the Chapman University School of Law.
- Burton W. Folsom Jr. of Hillsdale College
- Bruce Frohnen, Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University College of Law.
- Wayne Grudem, Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary
- Robert Oscar Lopez, Associate Professor of English and Classics at California State University, Northridge.
- Henry R. Nau, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University
- Peter Navarro, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine
- Walid Phares, professor at the National Intelligence University and president of the Global Policy Institute think tank
- Daniel N. Robinson, professor of philosophy at Georgetown University
- Janet E. Smith, Professor of Moral Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, Michigan
- Carol M. Swain, Professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University.
- Clyde N. Wilson, Professor of History at the University of South Carolina, contributing editor for Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture and Southern Partisan magazine, Chair of the Abbeville Institute, and co-founder of the League of the South
- Slavoj Žižek, Slovenian Marxist theorist, senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana
Actors and comedians
- Scott Baio
- Stephen Baldwin
- Benjy Bronk
- Kimberlin Brown
- Gary Busey
- James Caan
- Dean Cain
- Kirk Cameron
- Robert Davi
- Lou Ferrigno
- Jenna Jameson
- Colby Keller
- Bob Levy
- Jerry Lewis
- Amy Lindsay
- Rich Little
- Brandi Love[a]
- Dennis Miller
- Michael Moriarty
- Chuck Norris
- Jim Norton
- Joe Piscopo
- Randy Quaid
- Antonio Sabàto Jr.
- Greg Scarnici
- Kevin Sorbo
- Ann Turkel
- Jean-Claude Van Damme
- Jon Voight
- Fred Williamson
Athletes And Sports Figures
Boxing, mixed martial arts and pro wrestling
- Rocky Boiman
- Bobby Bowden
- Mike Ditka
- Vince Dooley
- Rosey Grier
- Lou Holtz
- Richie Incognito
- Woody Johnson
- Mike Leach
- Nick Mangold
- Shawne Merriman
- Burgess Owens
- Terrell Owens
- Rex Ryan
- Mike Shanahan
- Fred Smerlas
- Fran Tarkenton
- Tim Tebow
- Bill Elliott
- Chase Elliott
- Korbin Forrister
- Ernie Irvan
- Mark Martin
- Ryan Newman
- David Ragan
- Austin Wayne Self
- Kenny Wallace
- Michael Waltrip
Singers and musicians
- Pat Boone
- Larry Gatlin
- Filipp Kirkorov
- Loretta Lynn 
- Wayne Newton
- Ted Nugent
- Naked Cowboy
- Red Steagall
- Young Dro
- Shmuley Boteach, Orthodox Jewish rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker
- C.L. Bryant, Baptist minister, radio and television host
- Mark Burns, pastor and co-founder of the South Carolina-based Christian TV network, The NOW Network
- James Dobson, evangelical Christian author, psychologist, and founder of Focus on the Family
- Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University
- Jim Garlow, pastor of Skyline Church
- John Hagee, founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church and CEO of Global Evangelism Television
- Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas
- James F. Linzey, ordained minister in the Southern Baptist Convention
- Mike Murdock, singer-songwriter, televangelist and pastor of the Wisdom Center ministry
- Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life
- Ralph E. Reed Jr., conservative activist, former director of the Christian Coalition, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, and 2006 Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia
- Paula White, televangelist
Corporate Contributors to Trump Inauguration Seek to Curry Favor
Corporations That Contributed to President-Elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration Have Pending Business Before the Government, Public Citizen Analysis Shows
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Major corporate donors to Donald Trump’s inauguration have federal contracts and want key policy changes from the government, raising the specter of pay-to-play politics, a Public Citizen analysis shows.
All seven companies known to have contributed to the Trump inauguration have received millions – and in some cases, multibillions – in taxpayer dollars. The seven corporations, as reported by The New York Times, are AT&T, Bank of America, Boeing, Chevron, Deloitte, JPMorgan Chase and United Parcel Service (UPS).
In exchange for inaugural contributions, donors are to receive unprecedented access to the senior members of the incoming Trump administration and other U.S. government officials. For example, a $1 million donation buys four tickets to a luncheon with Cabinet appointees and congressional leadership members, and four tickets to an “intimate” dinner with Vice President Mike Pence.
“These contributions cannot be viewed as mere patriotic support for the presidency or charitable, civic donations, but must be recognized within the context of pay-to-play politics that corrupts our political system,” said Robert Weissman, president of Public Citizen. “It appears as though the pay-to-play culture is going to get much worse before it gets better.”
The companies are:
- AT&T, which donated money to the inauguration and is spending millions to bolster cell phone service during the event. AT&T wants the government to approve an $85.4 billion merger deal with Time Warner, is fighting to block net neutrality rules and has federal contracts worth $1.4 billion over five years.
- Bank of America, which is still trying to roll back financial reforms put in place after the 2008 crash. In the past five years, Bank of America has received more than $2.3 million in federal contracts from the federal government.
- Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace corporation and a major federal contractor, which reportedly contributed $1 million toward Trump’s inauguration. Boeing is replacing Air Force One, is vying to replace Lockheed Martin’s F-35 and in fiscal year 2017 is to receive more than $821 million from federal government contracts.
- Chevron, which reportedly contributed $500,000 toward Trump’s inauguration. Chevron wants the federal government to remove limits on oil and gas drilling and production, weaken environmental protections and open federal land to onshore and offshore drilling. In the past five years, Chevron has received more than $1.2 billion from federal government contracts.
- Deloitte, a global financial consulting and business services firm, which has lobbied Congress on appropriations bills, defense, immigration and consumer privacy. In the past five years, Deloitte has received more than $4.9 billion from federal contracts.
- JPMorgan Chase, which wants to roll back financial reforms and weaken the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In the past five years, JPMorgan received more than $20 million from federal government contracts.
- UPS, which is working to increase shipping access to China and other Asian nations. In the past five years (including fiscal year 2017), UPS has received more than $70 million from federal government contracts.