CHICAGO (AP) — The co-founder of the Chicago-based food delivery service Grubhub is making clear his disdain for President-elect Donald Trump.
CEO Matt Maloney wrote in an email to his workers that the company will not tolerate Trump’s “hateful politics” and anybody who doesn’t agree should resign. Maloney wrote he rejects what he called the nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics of Trump and “will work to shield our community from this movement.”
In a tweet Thursday that was later deleted, Maloney said: “Grubhub does not tolerate hate and we are proud of all our employees — even those who voted for Trump.”
Maloney later issued a statement saying his company welcomes employees with all political beliefs, no matter who they voted for.
Grubhub’s online and mobile ordering platform connects customers with takeout restaurants in the U.S. and London.
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