The CEO of Goya Foods is not apologizing for supporting President Trump in a move that’s sparked outrage among politicians and thought leaders calling for Americans to boycott its products.
Robert Unanue, the head of the New Jersey-based company that claims to be the largest Hispanic-owned food label in the country, told FOX Business Friday the boycott is “a reflection of a division that exists today in our country” that is “killing our nation.”
“We choose to love and to build and that’s what we’ve been doing, looking for prosperity,” Unanue said on FOX Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” where he continued to defend Trump.
“We’re with the president. We’re with this country — right, left, center, up and down,” Unanue said.
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