Trump's supporters want respect

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Nike's Online Sales Soar After Colin Kaepernick Ad Campaign Launches

Mary Papenfuss,HuffPost• September 8, 2018

Nike’s online sales have rocketed since the company revealed that former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick would be the face of its 30th anniversary “Just Do It” ad campaign. President Donald Trump, who railed against Nike’s homage to the gridiron protester, insisted Wednesday that Nike was “getting absolutely killed with anger and boycotts” because of the ad.

Online sales jumped 27 percent from Sunday through Wednesday, according to Edison Trends, a Silicon Valley digital sales and trends research firm. Nike’s sales decreased 2 percent during the same period last year, according to Edison figures.

Nike's Online Sales Soar After Colin Kaepernick Ad Campaign Launches


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Ironically, while the president’s supporters were trash-talking Nike, Trump boasted in an interview with the Daily Caller: “Nike is a tenant of mine. They pay a lot of rent.” Forbes has estimated Nike was paying $13 million a year in rent.

The company’s flagship store was located in Trump Tower but moved out this year for another Manhattan location. Nike’s new landlords are still covering its Trump Tower rent on the Nike lease, which runs until 2022, Bloomberg reported earlier this year.

Some Trump supporters boasted on social media that they’re burning their Nike gear and even recommended buying Nike shoes “favored by liberals” and torching them — which would help boost Nike’s bottom line
 
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Trump behaves like a clown. He becomes a laughing stock before world leaders. Do you know why?

He is the candidate of the Feds.(FBI) They always prepare rally to inspire him. Those Trump's basics follow the order to support him. So whatever Trump speaks got applause. But this time it's General Assemble of U.N. , they don't have to follow the command of the Feds. You can view it as a real poll for Trump.
 
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Another Trump-branded building decided to take down the president's name

David A. Fahrenthold Washington Post Oct.17,2018

The residents of a Manhattan condominium called "Trump Place" have voted to remove the president's name from the tower's facade, the latest in a string of properties that have distanced themselves from the Trump brand since Election Day 2016.

Another Trump-branded building decided to take down the president's name
 

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