Donald Trump has been a boon for big business. Before he even took office, his victory sent shockwaves through Wall Street, sparking one of the most spectacular market climbs in history. Despite this, companies — or at least their PR divisions — continue to attack Donald Trump in public and on Twitter.
It's for this reason that few were surprised when McDonalds launched an anti-Trump tirade on their Twitter page. After all, this wasn't the first time the company thumbed their nose at Trump's “America First” policies. Just last year, the company made news by replacing American workers with H1-B immigrant workers.
This time, McDonalds claims they aren't responsible for the development. According to the company, they weren't making a political statement — they were hacked. But they didn't say by who.
Read the company's now-deleted Tweet on the next page:
The CEO tweeted the slur so don’t believe they didnt do it. They want you to believe they were hacked but we’re not. The slur was straight from the top dog and I mean dog.
The people at McDonalds are smarter than that.
Too late, bye McDonald’s!!