The Cavs were on the list of teams that the Washington Post put together, and they're not the team that has continued the relationship - they ceased booking Trump rooms at the end of last season. His team quit using Trump SoHo in 2016.
Still, it's not clear if teams' decisions to take their business away from Trump properties is explicitly due to the president's politics - numerous teams Farenthold interviewed declined to comment on the specifics of why they were going elsewhere.
Of the 123 teams asked, a total of 105 responded to The Post, and not a single one confirmed that it continues to stay at Trump properties.
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It determined Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and CT to be in compliance. They have until October 27 to show they're in compliance.
Pro sports teams from the NBA, MLB, and National Hockey League have stopped staying at Trump-owned hotels.
Professional sports teams across the nation have stopped staying at Trump hotels, according to a Washington Post investigation, with many citing the president's divisiveness. A league favorite had been the Trump SoHo in Manhattan, but the WaPo found that since Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, 11 teams have found accommodations elsewhere. It's pretty simple."The Post reached out to all 123 teams in the four major USA sports leagues to find out how many men's teams are still Trump customers". The remaining team, the New Orleans Pelicans of the National Basketball Association, has not publicly stated whether they intend to keep patronizing the president's hotels during this season or not. With the many controversial statements and policies that Trump has pushed for, as a candidate and while serving as president, organizations across the country have distanced themselves from his properties or other brands.
And in an interview with Sporting News, Bucks forward Jabari Parker said he was "proud" not to stay at Trump properties.
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As of 2016, the software has about 400 million users and has the largest market-share of cybersecurity software vendors in Europe. The US Department of Homeland Security ordered all US government agencies to stop using Kaspersky products last month.
Trump has become embroiled in several feuds with professional athletes in recent weeks, particularly with NFL players who have knelt during the national anthem to protest racial inequality.
"Since Donald Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015, foot traffic to Trump-branded hotels, casinos and golf courses in the US has been down", the firm said. "I don't support someone who endorses hate on other people". "He ran his campaign on hate".
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But Watterson refuted the notion that Southwest won't be able to offer lower fares. "We anticipate fares will drop", he said. Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly said the destination is a request the company has received for years.