Trump blasted by Fmr. Starbucks chief during company meeting

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Fmr. Starbucks chief blasts Trump

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told workers that President Trump created 'chaos' in America.

Former Starbucks (NYSE:SBUX) CEO Howard Schultz is criticizing President Trump.  According to a video obtained by Business Insider, Schultz blasted Trump saying he caused chaos and impacted the economy.

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“The world is screwed up. People are unsettled… There is a tremendous amount of pressure and anxiety in America… We have a president that is creating episodic chaos every single day, and that is no doubt affecting consumer behavior,” Schultz told employees at a company meeting last February.

Schultz said Starbucks is the solution to the problem because the stores provide a sense of family and community.

This isn’t the first time the coffee chain stirred up controversy. In November, Trump supporters banded together to launch a #TrumpCup twitter campaign against the coffee chain after a barista allegedly refused to write “Trump” on a cup after the customer said it was his name.

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The vocal Trump critic also came under fire after pledging to hire 10,000 refugees in response to his executive order on refugees.

Schultz stepped down as Starbucks CEO in April.

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