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Companies Create Crisis Management Plans For Trump Tweets

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As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office companies are tasked with an unusual referendum they must consider in a time of social media and an incoming President who loves to "clap back" via Twitter. U.S. companies have taken a thrashing from Trump since the November election. Boeing, Apple, GM, Ford and other well known companies round out a list of Trumps twitter victims. Companies have now internally labeled Trumps behavior under "crisis management" creating plans, and clear protocol on how to respond, along with being quick and diligent in doing so. Experts say it only takes 5 to 10 minutes to completely destroy a brand.

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