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Donald Trump and his companies are involved in a number of entertainment ventures – many of them running at the same time he is serving as POTUS.

Trump Entertainment Networks and Advertisers to Boycott
Trump Entertainment Networks and Advertisers to Boycott

Without paying advertisers or a television network, these shows would not be possible. Contact these companies to let them know you do not want to support the Trump family politics by supporting brands who pay money to do business with Donald Trump.


NBC Network & Mark Burnett Productions:

  • Trump is still an executive producer on “Celebrity Apprentice” with NBC (see end credits for S15 airing in 2017)

Companies with featured product placements (likely from multi-million dollar payments to producers):

Companies that pay for commercial advertisements (Cable and/or On Demand):




After weeks of Trump refusing to accept the results of the 2020 presidential election, chatter started growing to have Trump removed from the 1992 hit movie Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. On January 14th, even the star of the movie, Macaulay Culkin, announced his support to remove Donald Trump from Home Alone 2.

The CBC may have been ahead of the pack with this idea though. They had already edited Trump’s cameo out during their 2015 and 2019 screenings of the film. Reportedly this change was in the interest of saving time and was not intended to make a political commentary. One way or another, the movie was certainly better without the gratuitous Trump cameo!


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Trump Entertainment Networks and Advertisers to Boycott
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16 thoughts on “Entertainment

  1. John W

    This just seems CRAZY. I don’t believe Ivanka Trump has done any harm to anyone and only helps women in business. As far as I know her products are very good quality and fairly priced. So if this is what you want to do to her, why stop here? There are many more horrific people that can be boycotted.

    Maybe if her dastardly deeds that she committed were more understandable people should boycott. Please explain why this is deserved, otherwise you are the more reprehensible person.

    1. libtroller

      She helped get Trump elected, supports him politically, and continues to advise him. She’s no innocent bystander.

      1. tina sveinson

        Hard to take boycott seriously when no outcry when President Clinton in office over his treatment of women . He had a book published in 1996 while in office. After scandal came out i did not see an outcry to boycott bookstores who sold his book. Just wondering why behavior by Clinton was tolerated.

        1. libtroller

          Clinton was a womanizer, no doubt, but engaged in consensual conduct. Trump brags about nonconsensual groping and kissing. Clinton also didn’t go around publicly bashing women like Trump does. The differences are so stark, I’m surprised I even have to explain this stuff.

          1. Tina Sveinson

            Can’t believe I have to explain . Monica and Jennifer were consensual. Clinton may not have openly bragged but those other women accusing him would certainly not call it consensual and it was not just groping but rape he was accused of. I do realize like the women accusing Trump we don’t know who is telling the truth

            1. Donna

              First of all, 45 has had multiple rape suits brought against him (beyond just accusations)–one woman, who was the victim of child sex trafficking, has attempted to bring suit twice and both times dropped the suit after saying she received death threats (the second time was literally during the campaign and she had an eyewitness to back up her story). So it’s not “just groping” that he’s been accused of. Secondly, Clinton was president TWENTY YEARS AGO. Like me, many present day activists were children during Clinton’s presidency. In fact, there are young people of voting age who probably don’t even remember Clinton’s presidency, so it’s hardly fair to hold us accountable for not taking to the streets in diapers and pigtails. Beyond that, public perception and thought around rape, sexual harassment, rape culture, etc. has evolved during that time period. It’s just completely ludicrous to say “well, you didn’t protest two decades ago so it’s hypocritical to protest now”.

              1. Tina Sveinson

                Sorry but it comes down to politics and always will. Look at comments made about Kelly Ann Conway on Trumps couch and about first lady Melania Trump. Saw no outrage from women about this

              2. Tina Sveinson

                Can’t say not informed about Clinton cause of age. Roe v Wade passed before Clinton and before u were born and young people today protesting to keep that so no excuse. Unless your saying after so many years behavior of Clinton becomes accepted? Just saying if going to boycott Trump then boycott Clintons books, his daughters books. If saying only cause Trump president then does that mean boycott ends when leaves office? Finding this hard to follow

                1. Libtroller

                  It’s a complicated set of issues, Tina. Take some time with it. We’ll wait…

                  1. Tina Sveinson

                    Wouldn’t b complicated if made sense

                    1. Libtroller

                      It makes total sense. It’s not that presidential misdeeds become accepted after time passes. It’s that boycotting Clinton’s books, etc. would make no sense now because HE ISN’T THE PRESIDENT AND IS NOT IN A POSITION OF POWER. Boycotts are about causing meaningful action and changes. Clinton isn’t in a position to change anything, nor is he doing anything that affects the country that needs to be stopped. Boycotts are principled AND practical. If you want to boycott Clinton out of sheer principle, more power to you, but there’s no practical upside to it.

  2. Diana

    I think this is great but I wonder if people loosing jobs at these boycotted places has been considered. Is the collateral damage worth getting the message across? Yes, it will put a dent in Trump’s empire but it will also take dinner off the table for many families. I find the new POTUS totally offensive and ignorant Just saying don’t let his short-sightedness be modelled by others.

    1. libtroller

      The second someone loses a job over the boycott, you’ll see it plastered all over Fox “News.” I guarantee it. So far, so good. I think this is more about getting businesses to notice, pay attention, and make necessary adjustments before any jobs are lost.

  3. Mikell

    I have sent comments to The companies I use and now boycott. I received a response from The Honest Company today. It reads: Thank you for reaching out. I hope your day is going well!

    The Honest Company is not an active sponsor of The Apprentice series, nor have we endorsed the show or its creators. Filmed almost a year ago, our limited involvement was simply to showcase our mission of providing families with safe and effective products.

    Please feel free to contact us with any other questions or concerns and we’ll be glad to help. Take care.

  4. Patricia

    I will just be boycotting, as many people I know, Hollywood! No more movies, tv, etc. Done with their hypocrisy! They, as well as you, are no better.

    1. libtroller

      You know that not everything on TV is made in Hollywood, right?

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