These are the business leaders still sitting on Trump’s Manufacturing Council.
Update: On August 16, President Donald Trump dissolved his business councils in response to many members stepping down. He cited pressure on the CEOs, tweeting, “Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both. Thank you all!” Pressure from community members who vocalized their concerns directly contributed to this success.
Leaders of the major corporations sitting on Trump’s advisory councils are stepping down in response to the president’s unacceptably lukewarm response to white supremacists attacking protestors in Charlottesville, VA.
These are the business leaders who have yet to resign. Click each name to send a tweet demanding they distance themselves from an administration that is soft on racism.
- Andrew Liveris — Dow Chemical Company
- Bill Brown—Harris Corporation
- Michael Dell—Dell Technologies
- John Ferriola—Nucor Corporation
- Jeff Fettig—Whirlpool Corporation
- Alex Gorsky—Johnson & Johnson
- Greg Hayes—United Technologies
- Marilynn Hewson—Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Jeff Immelt—General Electric
- Jim Kamsickas—Dana Inc.
- Rich Kyle—The Timken Company
- Dennis Muilenburg—Boeing
- Michael Polk—Newell Brands
- Mark Sutton—International Paper
- Wendell Weeks—Corning
- Stephen A. Schwarzman—Blackstone