They Tilt Right, but Top C.E.O.s Don’t Give to Trump – from The New York Times

An analysis of political donation from chief executives shows broad support for Republican candidates. Except for the presumptive nominee.

The C-suite leans right. Republican candidates have drawn overwhelming support from the highest-paid chief executives in the country this election cycle, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics conducted for The New York Times. That may not be so surprising, given the Republicans’ reputation as the party of business. But none of the people on this year’s highest-paid list contributed to the campaign of Donald J. Trump, a fellow businessman and the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Their unwillingness to support Mr. Trump, at least so far, is a further indication that the party’s new standard-bearer is struggling to connect with some of its most … read more

Source: They Tilt Right, but Top C.E.O.s Don’t Give to Trump – The New York Times

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