Top CEOs consider cutting off funding to Republicans who have supported Trump’s election challenge, according to Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

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  • CEOs of major companies have said they may stop giving money to Republicans who have backed President Donald Trump’s challenge to the presidential election results, according to Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
  • Sonnenfeld, founder of Yale’s Chief Executive Leadership Institute, hosted a call on Tuesday with 33 chief executives across sectors including finance, pharmacy, transportation, and manufacturing, he told CNBC’s “Closing Bell.”
  • About nine in 10 were “talking about cutting off support,” he said. “

The current situation was causing “divided communities, angry workforces, and hostile workplaces,” the CEOs told him during the call.

“This is not business as usual,” the CEOs added, according to Sonnenfeld.

“The GOP acting this way, these GOP members, are certainly not the voice of American business large or small, so they’re talking about cutting off support,” Sonnenfeld told CNBC.

Top CEOs are considering cutting off funding to Republicans who have supported Trump’s election challenge, according to Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld (msn.com)

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