America's CEOs say Trump failed on coronavirus - and they're backing Biden

Many CEOs want new leadership in the White House even though Trump is promising four more years of low taxes and light regulations, policies that C-Suites often crave.

Iran PressAmerica: A staggering 77% of business leaders polled by Yale say they plan to vote for Joe Biden over Trump in the November election. That's despite Biden's proposals to hike tax rates on both corporations and the high-income households. 

Although CEOs are "afraid to speak out" publicly against Trump, Sonnenfeld said they will do so privately and collectively.

The Yale summit featured dozens of leading executives, including the heads of General Motors, IBM, Caterpillar, Harley-Davidson, Johnson & Johnson, and Goodyear. 

The findings suggest Trump's support from the business community is fraying after years of bitter partisanship.

Just 6% of the attendees at Yale's Chief Executive Leadership Institute CEO Caucus Award Trump an "A" for his handling of Covid-19.

With a now confirmed outbreak of the coronavirus inside the White House, a number of senior staffers, Secret Service agents, aides, and others may be required to quarantine. How the White House will function with a president in isolation and senior staff in quarantine remains in question and how this impacts Joe Biden’s campaign.

Also, what role Vice President Mike Pence will be forced to play in the coming weeks is in question.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for coronavirus, the President announced early this Friday morning.


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