In the past, we've talked about how companies are making adjustments to get along with the new president. For some, a healthy relationship with the new administration isn't just about the president — but for his closest advisers too.
Remember Dippin' dots, the little flash-frozen balls of ice cream mixed with liquid nitrogen?
Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, has had a long and public feud with the company — he lambasted them in a string of tweets between 2010 and 2015, saying that they are "NOT the ice cream of the future."
Dippin dots is NOT the ice cream of the future
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) April 8, 2010
I think I have said this before but Dippin Dots are notthe ice cream of the future
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) September 22, 2011
Today, the company, like others in the Trump economy, wants to make amends — saying, in an open letter, that it'd like to be friends, not foes, with the White House.
"We've enjoyed double-digit growth sales for the past three years. That means we're creating jobs and opportunities," wrote Dippin' Dots CEO Scott Fischer. "We hear that's on your agenda too."
Unfortunately, I think I might be with Spicer on this one.
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