Excede Internet Services is the latest in a string of companies to remove or disable a Trump website following his inauguration.
In the wake of Trump’s inauguration, the Trump administration had to go to court to get the website back.
After a judge ordered the removal, Excedey told Vice News:I have no intention of backtracking on the decision.
He added:The decision was based on the fact that it was unconstitutional and not legal.
I’m sure it’s possible to have an online presence that’s unconstitutional.
I don’t know of any case where a government has actually sued a business and won, and the government won because of the fact they didn’t want their customers.
In addition to Excedeby, other companies that have taken down Trump’s website include:Cadillac , Carhartt, Fidelity, General Motors, Home Depot, Hilton, Kia, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Office Depot, Payless, Sears, and Walmart.
The president’s inauguration included a number of controversial comments about minorities, women, and LGBT people, which were then used to justify the removal of his website.
A number of the websites have since been taken down.