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31: What’s a CEO’s statement worth to this White House?

31: What’s a CEO’s statement worth to this White House?

Sep 5, 2017
A lot of business leaders are speaking out against Trump's decision to end DACA, but what do PR and donations actually do? Let's follow the money.
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