Sunday, January 28, 2018

WATCH: MRC’s Latest ‘Reality Check’ Slams Trump-Hating CEOs Whose Companies Are Benefiting From The GOP Tax Bill

By Daily Wire
, Jan. 27, 2018

On Thursday, MRCTV released a new "Reality Check" with host Brittany Hughes. This episode is titled "Remember All Those CEOs Who Hated Trump? Now He’s Helping Them Hand Out Bonuses."

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has had no problem expressing his open disdain for Donald Trump. Not only did he accuse the president of creating economic chaos during a staff meeting in Seattle last February, he also recently promised to hire 10,000 refugees just to thumb his nose at Trump's immigration plan. Then again, this is the same guy whose company once tried to force its morning commute customers into having really awkward and random conversations about racism with total strangers. So he kind of has a habit of being really, really wrong about stuff.

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