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After ‘Grandstanders’ Tweet from Trump, Fourth CEO Resigns from Manufacturing Council

In a Tuesday morning tweet, President Donald Trump took to attacking a handful of CEOs who had recently exited his American Manufacturing Council:

The three CEOs in question are Kenneth Frazier, Merck & Co. CEO; Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel; and Kevin Plank, founder and CEO of Under Armour.

Frazier, according to The Hill, left the council in part due to Trump’s response to the recent events in Charlottesville. He said that he felt U.S. leaders should “clearly reject expressions of hatred, bigotry and group supremacy.”

Krzanich and Plank both claimed that while they were removing themselves from the council, they would try to find other ways to advocate for inclusion through other means of policy.

Shortly after Trump’s tweet, Scott Paul, the CEO of Alliance for American Manufacturing, announced he would be leaving the council as well:

Trump’s initial tweet implies that he has replacements in the wings for any CEO looking to exit the council.

As of early Tuesday afternoon, the number of CEOs who have exited stands at four. It remains to be seen if that number will grow or if Trump will have further comment on the matter.