The ex-president’s calls for a boycott followed a string of organisations – including Major League Baseball - voicing their concerns around a new voting law in Georgia, and comes despite the Republican previously criticising so-called “cancel culture”.
Just two days later, the former leader was criticising “woke cancel culture” and calling for Republicans and conservatives to “fight back”.
“Boycott Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS and Merck,” he said.
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However, one day after that, on April 5, former Trump advisor Stephen Miller tweeted a photo of himself standing beside his old boss.
In the snap, only partly concealed by a landline phone on his desk, is a bottle of the boycotted drink:
Now, in a photo shared to Instagram, reportedly two days after his last Coke catastrophe, Trump has appeared once again fraternising with the enemy.
“Donald Trump enjoying lunch at Trump Golf Jupiter yesterday … He picked up everyone’s tab,” the post from @FirstFamilyTrumps_ reads, showing the MAGA commander in chief tucking into some fries.
In amongst the praise, some Trump supporters quickly spotted the blunder.
“What!!! I see a COKE bottle. I thought we were banning Coke, I am,” wrote one.
“Think the boss should be rethinking his COKE use,” commented another.
When it comes to the Coke boycott, it looks like Trump has well and truly bottled it.