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8 Jan 2021

Brian Good, DiversityInc

Leaders from D.C., corporate America & around the globe condemn Trump for attempted government coup

Reaction to President Trump’s attempt at insurrection and a literal mob-enforced stealing of the vote has been swift and dramatic, ever since angry rioters and domestic terrorists stormed the Capitol building on the afternoon of Jan. 6, at his bequest... CEO of Dow... tweeted, admonishing the seditious breach on the Capitol... President and CEO of Southern Company ... said in a tweet that “The dangerous, violent actions perpetrated by an unlawful group of domestic terrorists at the U.S. Capitol undermines the very essence of what we stand for as a nation. It is time to do away with division and animosity and forge ahead together to create a better future for all.”

... CEO and chairman of Johnson & Johnson... [said] "I’m devastated by this assault on what our country has stood for since its founding: free, fair and peaceful elections. Now is the time to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in unity – not face-to-face in conflict – and to chart our path to a better and healthier future.”

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USA: 2020 Presidential election, business & human rights

Business leaders condemn violence at US Capitol