Update: The Trump Organization has now lost one of its key property managers.
- Numerous major corporations, including major Wall Street firms, have suspended political donations to Trump and all other political entities.
- Some others are more specific. Citicorp, Marriott and others are halting donations to Republican legislators who voted against certifying the Electoral College vote.
- Deuetsche Bank, one of the few remaining banks that was willing to lend money to Trump after his many defaults, said it will stop doing business with Trump.
- Signature Bank, a bank on whose board Ivanka Trump once served, has closed Trump's personal accounts.
- Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit and others have shut down or restricted Trump's and Trump supporters' ability to communicate.
- Amazon, Google and Apple have obliterated Parler.
- The PGA pulled its prestigious tournament from a Trump golf course.
- Shopify has stopped supporting Trump's online campaign store.
- GoFundMe has banned Trump supporters from using that platform for fundraising.
- Stripe, a credit card processing company, has stopped processing payments for the Trump campaign website.
There are more. I've never seen anything like this. Virtually all of these private-sector actions were taken in response to the events of Jan. 6. All of these companies were fine serving Trump and his supporters before then. As I said, Jan 6 is a day of profound historical significance.
On Wednesday, global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield (CWK) said it "has made the decision to no longer do business with The Trump Organization," according to a company spokesperson.
Over the years, the Cushman has handled several office and retail properties for the Trump Organization including New York City's Trump Tower, Trump Plaza, the Trump Building at 40 Wall Street and the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago. (Source)
I do not know if CWK is terminating its contracts immediately or will simply not renew them when that time comes.