Trump attacks Merck boss on Twitter shortly after he announces departure, as chief of AFL-CIO says union federation is reconsidering role with panelOne of the US’s most high-profile African American executives quit Donald Trump’s business advisory panel on Monday, citing “a responsibility to take a stand against violence and extremism” and triggering an almost immediate attack from the president.Kenneth Frazier, chief executive officer of the pharmaceutical giant Merck, made the announcement as Trump faces mounting criticism over his failure to directly criticize the white nationalists at the center of the weekend’s fatal protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. Continue reading…



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