CEO of Victoria’s Secret slammed President Trump in a
open video, claiming his
immigration were “not acceptable.”
Victoria’s Secrets has frequently been
criticized for not being diverse.
The CEO’s comments uncover his miss of recognition of the
Victoria’s Secret has a outrageous problem with diversity, though a CEO
won’t acknowledge it.
This month, billionaire businessman Les Wexner
publically slammed Trump online after his controversial
comments on immigration.
During a assembly with a bipartisan organisation of
lawmakers, who were seeking to solve The Deferred Action
for Childhood Arrivals module that protects young
unapproved immigrants from deportation and is being phased out
by a Trump administration, a President
“Why are we carrying all these people
from shithole countries come here?”
“This is not acceptable,” Wexner
said in response.
This is a second time that Wexner has oral out opposite the
President. In August, he criticised Trump’s comments after a
lady was killed by a white supremacist during a racially-charged
convene in Charlottesville.
His thoughts this month echoed this: “Hearing a remarks of
yesterday, we repeat that this is not acceptable.”
While Wexner has been applauded for station adult for equivalence and
farrago opposite Trump, he has unsuccessful to denote this in own
Victoria’s Secret has frequently been criticized for a miss of
farrago in a ad campaigns and runway shows, that feature
rail-thin models. In Nov 2017, around a time of a annual
show, plus-size indication Ashley Graham posted a doctored
Instagram of herself with a spiteful criticism which
said: “Got my wings!” Despite this cheer online, the
code has unsuccessful to support to plus-size customers.
And to its detriment, the store was once the
kingpin of a US slip marketplace though in new years has lost
marketplace share to some-more physique certain brands.
In a past year, Victoria’s Secret has seen negative
same-store sales growth. Meanwhile,
that promotes healthy beauty and self-acceptance in a ad
campaigns, has seen
11 consecutive buliding of same-store sales