Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters this week in Dallas. A growing number of prominent U.S. corporations are opting to drop or scale back their sponsorship of the Republican national convention next month in Cleveland, as the nomination of Donald Trump promises a level of controversy rarely seen in such gatherings.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters this week in Dallas. A growing number of prominent U.S. corporations are opting to drop or scale back their sponsorship of the Republican national convention next month in Cleveland, as the nomination of Donald Trump promises a level of controversy rarely seen in such gatherings. Ron Jenkins Getty Images
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters this week in Dallas. A growing number of prominent U.S. corporations are opting to drop or scale back their sponsorship of the Republican national convention next month in Cleveland, as the nomination of Donald Trump promises a level of controversy rarely seen in such gatherings. Ron Jenkins Getty Images

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