Trump seen with yet another Coke bottle despite calling for brand boycott

Trump seen with yet another Coke bottle despite calling for brand boycott

Donald Trump has once again gone against his own proposed boycott of Coca-Cola, after another image appeared of him online with a bottle of the popular soft drink.

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”.

“Boycott baseball and all of the woke companies that are interfering with Free and Fair Elections. Are you listening Coke, Delta and all,” Trump said in a statement on April 2.

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.

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