In a three-tweet statement on Tuesday night, Papa John’s apologized for its CEO making statements that could be seen as divisive, reaffirmed it believes NFL players have the right to protest, and said it is open to ideas from all sides "except neo-Nazis." The company posted the thread two weeks after CEO John Schnatter blamed poor pizza sales on NFL anthem protests.
We will work with the players and league to find a positive way forward. Open to ideas from all. Except neo-nazis — ??those guys. (3/3)— Papa John's Pizza (@PapaJohns) November 15, 2017
After seeing Keurigs bashed to bits, several companies have deleted or clarified tweets about advertising on Hannity. "It’s pretty unusual to see companies like this handling an issue so poorly," Hofstra University professor Kara Alaimo told The New York Times.
Who is Bernie Bernstein? The purported Washington Post reporter leaving voicemails to Alabama residents offering money for dirt on Senate candidate Roy Moore is just a political dirty trick, according to the newspaper’s editor. "The call’s description of our reporting methods bears no relationship to reality," top Post editor Marty Baron told his newspaper.
Today’s lesson in executive branch communications 101: Get your condolences straight. President Donald Trump tweeted condolences to the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Tuesday night. The problem? The most recent mass shooting in the U.S. took place in northern California. Twitter users were not amused.
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