Twitter Cancels Wendy's After CEO Donates $400K To Trump

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Twitter has canceled fast-food chain Wendy's after it was revealed that the CEO had donated $400k to President Donald Trump's campaign.

According to a recently released report, CEO James Bodenstedt was who runs hundreds of Wendy's, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut franchises across the US -- donated over $440,000, including $200,000 to the Trump Victory PAC on March 12.

The move came just days before the company put a pause on in-person dining amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

The company's official Twitter account is usually beloved for its sassy social media clap backs -- but fans cannot forgive the chain supporting a president who does not value Black lives, and who in the wake of protests in threatening civilians with an attack from the military.

"Sh*t. Really Wendys?? My mom works there and I have to pick her up when she gets off. No every time I drive up and look up at the sign I'm going to say in my mind," one former fan of the chain wrote.

Peep some of the other reactions to the news below.