This time, Trump used an athlete to show how professionals should show respect for the National Anthem.
“I don’t respect who’s in office right now,” Durant told ESPN.
“You’re not going to alienate people, because this comes down to common sense and decency,” said FDRA president and CEO Matt Priest.
It took one day for Trump to get rid of the council after declaring on Twitter that the execs who defected would be replaced.
Plank is the second exec to leave the group following Trump’s response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Outdoor companies are determined to strengthen pro-environment missions.
Trump traded in the nude sandals she wore earlier this week for a pair of pale pink ballet flats.
Outdoor industry leaders denounce President Donald Trump’s Paris Climate Accord exit.
The bill could save U.S. companies $57 million.