Economic pressure works!

When 200,000 Uber customers canceled their accounts, CEO Travis Kalanick was forced to resign from Trump’s economic advisory council.

Disney CEO Bob Iger canceled a meeting with Trump

ESPN announced in a announced that it would be moving the ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic from Trump’s National Golf Club to Pelican Hill Golf Club in Los Angeles.

Jose Andres, the high-profile owner of ThinkFoodGroup and 18 restaurants who made Time’s list of 100 most influential people in 2012, announced his decision to back out of a deal with Trump International’s new hotel in Washington D.C., which is currently under construction. Andres’ company had planned to open the premier restaurant in Trump’s new hotel. Celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian also announced that he would not be opening a restaurant in Trump’s hotel.

Trump’s mattress line became another casualty of his racially-infused comments. As early as last July, Serta, the nation’s number one bedding producer, decided to begin “unwinding [its] relationship” with Trump.

Nordstrom has just cut its ties to the Trump brand (they say it is because the brand was not selling, but….)

Boycotts have also started against other Trump-supporting companies. Among them: Yuengling Beer, New Balance Shoes, Hardees/Carl’s Jr., Hobby Lobby, Amazon.

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has taken a strong stand against Trump’s immigration ban, but Amazon is still selling Trump products, including pro-Trump hats and shirts. Although on-line buying from Amazon is easy and the prices are usually good, there are plenty of other sites that sell the same products.

Here is a link to companies that do business with Trump. Grabyourwallet.org. Note that some of the companies listed may already have distanced themselves from Trump.