CEO Buys 2 Full-Page Newspaper Ads to Protest Trump

"Your campaign doesn’t just seem wrong. It feels un-American."

Cnk9xZGXEAAYlHjJosh Tetrick, the founder and CEO of vegan food company Hampton Creek, is not a fan of Donald Trump. So much so that he purchased full-page ads in The New York Times and The Cleveland Plain-Dealer that featured Tetrick assailing the GOP presidential nominee.

“Dear Donald, Americans are frustrated and angry and scared,” read Tetrick’s letter. “You’ve channeled this into your nomination. Americans are also good. We’re generous and courageous and kind. That’s what you’ve missed.”

“Your campaign doesn’t just seem wrong,” continued the note. “It feels un-American. To support it would make me less of myself, less of my grandpa’s grandson, less of my mom’s son. Turning away from you is a way to say who we are.”

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