MLB 2020 The former president charges against the companies again
Donald Trump attacks MLB again and asks to boycott it. AP
The former president, Donald Trump, released a statement in which he asks society to stop consuming products from eight large companies in the country, including MLB, a league with which it has had problems in the past.
In the statement issued by Save America, a fundraising group for his campaign, Trump mentions that they can play the same dirty game that the Democrats are playing and calls to stop supporting companies such as Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS, Merck and the Major Leagues.
Although he does not specify the reason for boycotting these companies, Trump cites that the elections were stolen by the Democrats and that they had the support of the companies to fulfill their mission, while exerting pressure on other companies.
“They boycott and scare companies into submission. Don’t buy their products again if they don’t give in. We don’t want a socialist nation. Happy Easter,” he concluded.